troubleshooting

Compressor Troubleshooting and Installation

November 16, 2012

Compressors are the most expensive part of your residential central air conditioning and heating system. They are also the most mis-diagnosed part of the HVAC system also. For training purposes for both home owners and technicians this article is going to cover the most common type of compressor used in residential applications, which is a […]

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Central Air Conditioning Frozen Up

July 5, 2012

Is your air conditioning coils or line frozen? If so this could be either an easy fix or a more difficult one that would require a licensed hvac technician that has had the proper hvac training to diagnose. I am here to educate customers and help younger technicians learn the trade better, so this should […]

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Keeping Your Condensate Line Clean HVAC Training

April 10, 2010

So here I am in the sunny state of Florida, and the people are starting to turn on their air conditioning systems again here at the 500 unit apartment complex, and it is time for me myself to go back to some of the HVAC training that I have learned in the past. Being that […]

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