5 Reasons Your AC Is Working But Not Cooling

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Imagine coming home from a long tiring day on a blistering summer evening, only to find out that your AC is not cooling. Now, you have to deal with uncomfortable sleep and bodily discomfort due to sweating.

ACs are a blessing for those who have them installed, especially if you live in a hot climate. However, they also stop cooling randomly at times. Let's take a look at some reasons behind this unfortunate event.

Electrical issue

You may not have realized that your AC is not plugged in correctly, and you might spend hours wondering why it’s not working. If that's not the issue, then it could be something related to the electrical panel. ACs require large amounts of power to function, and you may have blown a fuse or tripped a breaker. If you are unaware of how to access the electrical panel, contact a professional.

Issues with the thermostat

A lot of people set AC temperatures extremely high without realizing it. The best way to solve this issue is by rechecking the thermostat. Try to set it at the lowest temperature and see if there is any improvement in the cooling. If not, you better call a professional to check on it.

Clogged AC filter

Over time, AC filters get clogged with dust and debris. It is vital to clean them frequently. Cleaned filters keep airflow smooth, and prevent unnecessary burden on your AC motor. It takes very minimal time and effort to clean your filter, so don't be lazy and avoid the task.

Frozen coils

The main reason for coils freezing is because of a leak. After the coils are frozen, they block airflow and disrupt normal functionality. If this issue is not addressed as soon as possible, it can lead to a bigger problem, such as a burned out AC motor. To get rid of this issue, run your AC on fan mode and let the ice melt, and then call a professional to look for a potential leak.

Refrigerant levels

This is one of the most common reasons for little to no cooling at all. You may not realize it, but over time, refrigerant leaks, mostly when you haven't used your AC in a long time. It is challenging to identify the leak. This is why you need to contact a professional to locate it and refill it to the average level.

If you are looking for an AC repair or planning to replace your old AC with a new one, contact George’s Plumbing & Heating. Avail the finest air conditioner repair services in London. Check out our cooling services and products now or contact us now for more information.



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