Summers in Rock Hill and Fort Mill are hot and humid. Because your air conditioner works harder over the summer months, it’s more likely to blow a fuse at that time. While a blown fuse is normally not a big deal, it could be a sign of more serious problems. Read on to find out more information, at R & B Climate Control we’re here to help!
A clogged or dirty filter
If your filter is clogged or dirty, it creates extra pressure internally on your air conditioner and the air conditioner may blow a fuse to protect itself. This is an easy fix and can be taken care of by preventative measures. Replace your air filters once a month.
Dirty condenser coils
Just like the air filters in your home, your air conditioner will have to work harder if your condenser coils are dirty. Check your air conditioner and make sure that the condenser coils aren’t covered with dirt and leaves. (That’s the box outside your home with the fan turning) Remove any plants or tree limbs that may be too close to your unit and the source of unwanted debris build up.
Loose electrical connections, low refrigerant, malfunctioning parts
If your air filters and condenser coils are clean, it’s time to call R & B Climate Control in Fort Mill to diagnose the problem. It might be that there is a loose electrical connection in your fuse box. Your HVAC technician from R & B is a trained professional and can diagnose and repair the problem.
Low levels of refrigerant can cause your air conditioner to blow a fuse. Your HVAC technician will check for refrigerant levels, also called freon, and determine if there is a leak.
If you have malfunctioning parts on your air conditioner, then this may also be the culprit. You’ll need to call your HVAC technician at R & B Climate Control to check if the motor, compressor, capacitor, and condenser fan are all working properly.
Don’t wait until the problem gets worse? Call R & B Climate Control to schedule your HVAC maintenance today. (803)489-8721