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3 Signs Your HVAC Unit Has a Fan Motor Problem

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Your air conditioner and furnace both have a motorized fan that plays a key roll in the heating or cooling process. If the motor experiences operational issues, or stops working completely, your HVAC system efficiency and indoor comfort will both suffer. There are a few signs that can point towards a fan motor problem being the culprit behind your heating and cooling woes. If you can’t narrow down the problem, call in an air conditioning services company to examine the system.…

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How To Clean Your Furnace Pump

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The efficiency of your furnace depends on a number of important factors. Of course, if your furnace is not functioning, there are certain things that you won’t be able to fix unless you are an HVAC professional. However, one of the best do-it-yourself furnace maintenance jobs is cleaning the pump. This article explains how to safely access and clean your furnace pump. Shutting Down Your Furnace It is very important that you properly shut down your furnace before working on it.…

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Do You Have Air Conditioner Coil Icing Problems? Replace Your Thermostatic Expansion Valve

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There are times when the thermostatic expansion valve becomes faulty or gets clogged with dirt. When this happens, it usually creates conditions that make evaporator coil icing unavoidable. Here is what you should know about why your air conditioner’s thermostatic expansion valve is to blame for your evaporator coil icing problems. Malfunctioning thermostatic expansion valve and coil icing The refrigerant-regulating role of the thermostatic expansion valve usually involves it letting only as much refrigerant as the evaporator coil can handle to pass through.…

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