Air conditioner not cooling enough - Bookshelf
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The BTU Buddy Notebook is a collection of more than 50 unique service call scenarios conducted by an HVAC technician which describe real-life service scenarios related to troubleshooting. Many high quality images help to illustrate troubleshooting techniques and the equipment being serviced.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Problem Possible Cause No cooling, outdoor unit not Open outdoor disconnect switch running, indoor fan running ... A residential customer reports that the central air conditioner at a residence is not cooling enough and runs continuously.
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Develop the knowledge and skills you need to maintain and troubleshoot today’s complex heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems with REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY, 8th Edition. This practical, easy-to-understand book provides hands-on guidance, practical applications, and the solid foundation you need to fully understand today’s HVAC service and repair, its environmental challenges, and their solutions. Focused on sustainable technology in today’s HVAC/R industry with an emphasis on new technologies and green awareness, the 8th Edition covers the latest advances in the industry and the all-important soft skills and customer relations issues that impact customer satisfaction and employment success. Memorable examples, more than 260 supporting photos, and unique Service Call features bring concepts to life and help you develop the critical skills you need for success in your future career.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
The technician then looks in the ceiling to check the air damper on the duct run serving the back office of the employee who was not cool enough and turned down the thermostat. The damper is nearly closed; it probably was brushed against ...