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Knowing How to Repair an Air Conditioner Most of the time you have to wait for a technician to show up to fix your air conditioner; however, if you’re contented to work around with your air conditioner and working around electricity, you will not just save on money, you’ll also get understand why your air conditioner failed. It’s important to know if the furnace isn’t the problem, so do the following procedure: set the thermostat of the air conditioner by lowering the temperature setting, check if the furnace fan is working, if it is then the problem is not in the furnace, but if it’s not working and you’ve done checking it twice, perhaps, it’s time to bring your air conditioner to a technician. By checking the outside condensing unit, you can find out if the compressor and fan are running, because if they’re not, then it’s time to troubleshoot. Make sure that the power is off before starting to troubleshoot, and to do this: turn off the air conditioner and the furnace breakers from the main electrical panel before removing the condensing unit’s access panel and use a voltage tester to test on the wires that are into the contractor, this will help you find out of the power has been totally shut off.
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With the power off, remove and store the access panel retaining screws and remove the panel, then check for rodent’s nests or evidence of chewing on wires or electrical connectors, such that if you find broken wires or chewed electrical connectors, discharge the capacitor first( for as long as you know about electrical repairs) by removing the capacitor from the retaining bracket, then touch an insulated screwdriver between the H terminal and the C terminal and do the same between the F terminal and the C terminal, after which, on a single-mode capacitors, make a short between the two terminals.
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In replacing a new capacitor, take first a photo of the wires before disconnecting anything, as a reference later on, then use needle-nose pliers to pluck one wire at a time from the old capacitor and try to snap it into the corresponding tab of the new capacitor, followed by wiggling each connector to see if it’s tight, such that when you’ve swapped all the wires, finally, secure the new capacitor. Put back the access panel and disconnect block, then turn on the circuit breaker and furnace switch, and set the thermostat to a lower temperature and wait for the air conditioner to start. As soon as the air conditioner starts to operate, expect that the compressor will also start running, as well as the condenser fan to spin, but still if it doesn’t work, about time to call the pro.