Anatomy of a central home air conditioner central home air conditioner service systems consist of two major components a condensing unit that sits outside your house and the evaporator coil often referred to as an a coil that sits in the plenum of your furnace or air handler the refrigerant in the a coil picks up the heat from your home . If your central air conditioning system suddenly has little to no cooling power you can check out a few common problem areas and perhaps solve the issue yourself instead of calling a service technician. A professional air conditioner service or checkup can cost you a lot of money but you can keep that cash in your pocket by doing some simple maintenance of your own at the beginning and the end of the air conditioning season. Duct system repairs if your home or business does have a duct system and you want to install a ducted central air conditioner the existing ducts may require repairs or alterations to support the new system air leaks can reduce air conditioner efficiency up to 30 percent leading to energy loss and poor temperature control. Most central air conditioners are connected to a homes forced air distribution system thus the same motor blower and ductwork used for heating are used to distribute cool air from the air conditioning system when a central air conditioner is operating hot air inside the house flows to the furnace through the return air duct
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