Air Conditioner Leaking in Attic?

I assume that your compressor is outside and your condenser is in the attic. The compressor pumps cold air to the condenser. The fan moves your household air over the condenser where the warm air hits the cold condenser. That causes the moisture in your air to condense and fall into your drain pan. The water in that drain pan is piped to the outside where it drains. The cold air pipe coming from your compressor will cause moisture to condense on it if not properly insulated. Make sure that pipe is fully covered to avoid premature condensation on the inlet pipe. Also make sure that all the condensate falling off your condenser is going into the drip pan. After that, you need to insure that the drip pan is draining properly to the outside. Pretty mechanical, just check one step at a time.

1. 4 Bricks Needed for Air Conditioner in Window?

Walmart sells bricks as does any of your hardware or home improvement stores

2. air conditioner fan runs constantly in auto?

i bet your indoor fan relay is shot. OR the t-stat could be shorted out. i think the indoor fan relay is shot. it's stuck closed so that anytime the unit is on, the relay is closed and the fan comes on. (cheap fix. =

3. How do you clean an old air conditioner?

could desire to you spray it down sturdy with Lysol Disinfectant Spray? enable it dry in the previous turning it on returned. basically a speedy, effortless & low priced theory! different than that, which you ought to to purchase a sparkling A/C unit. If it extremely is a window kind. they are presently particularly low priced. you will discover one for under a $a hundred.00

4. what's wrong with my air conditioner?

Depending on what the smell was (i.e. burnt rubber) it could be a burned fan belt. If the unit turns on, I do not think it is electrical connection problem. It could also be a bad relay to the fan (i.e. the compressor is creating conditioned refrigerant but the fan wo not switch on so the unit turns off). Regardless, if the air conditioner is new it is probably still covered under warranty (generally parts and labor are included, free of charge, for a year, but I would check with the manufacturer).

5. Air conditioner in the house and electricity bill.....?

You are right the longer it tuns the more it cost. If you turn down the thermostat the longer the unit will run and therefore it will run longer. It does not go faster if you turn the temp down to cool to that temp but it does run longer. You are charged by the KW or how many watts you use for energy. One hour is one hour so it does not matter unless you have a high, low medium setting for the fan then you may see a little difference. But it is a matter of how long it tuns, you are right. Good luck :)

6. sensitive to cold air conditioner?

When I started displaying these symptoms I called some friends of mine who were medical researchers. Their answer was this: Buy a saline nasal spray and use it twice a day - religiously. Once when you wake up and before you go to sleep. Okay, I thought this was too easy to fix anything. Let me tell you - it is amazing. Apparently it keeps your sinus cavities cleaned out and moist so the sinus trouble can not develop. It is a very inexpensive fix if it works for you. And, my sensitivity to cold diminished. I still do not like being cold and will usually have a sweater with me but nothing like it used to be. I've told many people about this and they've all reported significant improvement. Give it a try and see how it works for you.

7. Problem with house air conditioner?

Is it central or window unit? Is the fan running(on evaporator and condensor if central)? Is the compressor running?Are the fins clean (air flow)? Is the power to it on(check breakers)?

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