Are you having trouble keeping your San Clemente CA home comfortable? Do you question the quality of your home’s air? Does your home’s energy performance need improvement?
Cool Air Solutions has been solving these problems since 2006 as we repair, replace and maintain the heating and cooling systems of your San Clemente CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you!
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John - San Clemente, CA 92672
Michael was on time. He was extremely polite. He made sure we were happy with the maintenance project before he left. First class !
Arrived on site to perform convoy tune up. On a 1 year old unit. Cycled both heating and cooling. Good. Filter was replaced. Both motors are operating properly. Temperature rise and color is good in heating and cooling. All safety switches are operational. Washed condenser unit outside. Primary and secondary motor controls are good. Amp draws on compressor and fan motor are both good. Unit is cooling at 22 degrees and is good and hold pressure. Start up amps are good. No protection on unit. Recommend adding surge protectors to unit for protection. Cycled units and hetIn GB and cooling good. Client is aware of unit and how itâ€™s running. Filter was replaced and will talk tp daughter about maintenance plan. Unit is operational upon departure. Will have office follow up for maintenance plan. Client is aware and okay with so.
Tested system for faults. Found error code 240 low flame current. Ordered parts from manufacturer to replace under warranty.
Tested system for faults. Flame sensor was replaced and system was tested multiple times. Temperature rise was measured.
Performed Furnace warranty on 2020 AC Pro heater. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system was only heating up to about 68/69Â°. Further investigation showed that when I took the panels off of the burner doors I found that the burners were lighting on and off not consistently staying lit. Error 240 Was active indicating that there was a low flame current. Found that flame sensor was completely oxidizing covered in a green coating. Due to the condition of this flame sensor this needs to be swapped out to ensure that the flame is able to make contact with the sensor. A new sensor is being ordered and will be installed Once part is in. Customers completely aware and wants us to call Emily when part is ready. Upon departure system is not heating properly or staying lit need to install new sensor.
Inspected furnace and performed service maintenance on equipment. Tested thermostat and measured temperature rise. Recorded voltages and blower amp draws. Inspected burner assembly and heat exchanger. Inspected gas piping.
Installed isolation pads to the supply plenum and increased he blower fan speed in the heating mode.
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Performed diagnostic on 2005 system. Homeowner states that system struggled to cool down the home a couple days ago. It was a rental for 2 years, they are now planning on moving back into the home. Cycled system for cooling. System kicked on normally and started cooling. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws on compressor are fairly high, and it is not that hot outside currently. Condenser fan motor is fairly close to going over allowed maximum capacity and has started to leak out oil. Secondary motor control is in range and primary motor control is in good condition. Could not check ducting as there is no attic space. System is producing proper temperature split and is cooling correctly. At this time there is not really any repair that the system needs. It is cooling as it should at this time due to it being fresh outside, but based on electrical amp draw compressor is more than likely overheating and shutting off on a hot day, and unit is struggling to keep
Performed AC maintenance on two systems 2004 condensing units. Upon my diagnostic there were a few points of concerns that were addressed. 3 ton Lennox Downstairs (NON OPERATIONAL)- 1. Found that dual run motor control was completely puffed up and blown on both hermetic and fan side. Compressor was pulling too much power. 2. Condenser fan motor leaking oil from bearing resulting in higher amperage Pull 3. Compressor failing on lock rotor start up 4. Compressor pulling incredibly high amps at 14. This is been due to wear and tear in age of system. 5. Condenser coil appears to have coil rot occurring this is a huge red flag for refrigerant leaks 6. System contains R22 Freon which was completely phased out January 1, 2020. 7. Pressures appear to be slightly low 3.5 ton Lennox upstairs (OPERATIONAL)- 1. Condenser fan motor leaking oil from bearing and causing higher amperage pull in friction 2. Dual motor control becoming weak on fan side due to high amperage Consumption. 3. High voltag