Why a Blackout Stops My AC Working? Phoenix AC Repair

Air Conditioning Maintenance Phoenix, AZ

Why a Blackout Stops My AC Working? If your air conditioner isn’t blowing after a power outage, search in your home’s electrical panel for the connections that power your cooling system components. If this is the case, reset the circuit breaker and turn on the air conditioner; but, if it still doesn’t work, you may want the services of a Phoenix, AZ, air conditioning repair specialist.

Circuit breakers control the indoor and exterior components of your central air conditioning system. When a surge occurs, the breaker trips to shut off the circuit, most often before a storm knocks out power.

Because each component has its own breaker, one is likely to have tripped while the other has not. There will be no cold air if the breaker for the outdoor air conditioning components trips but the breaker for the indoor air conditioning components does not. If you’re not sure, call Rescue One Air for an inspection of your air conditioner.

 

Phoenix AC Repair Service Fixes Broken Capacitors

An air conditioner’s compressor is started by a capacitor. Power surges will cause the capacitor to fail. During a power loss, if the capacitor fails, the compressor will not resume until the power is restored.

As a result, the outdoor unit does not exchange heat, while the indoor unit normally does. The air conditioner isn’t blowing cool air since the heat exchange procedure isn’t completed throughout the cooling cycle.

You may visibly measure the capacitor’s state by gazing into the outdoor device, which looks like a canister on top of the compressor. The top bulges or oozes an oily substance if the capacitor has blown. This problem would require the services of a certified HVAC technician.

 

 

My AC Unit Won’t Work After Phoenix Power Cut

A power surge could also cause your air conditioner’s compressor to fail. When the compressor fails, there is no heat exchange since there is no cool air. Because the compressor cannot circulate refrigerant throughout the device, warm air escapes.

Rescue One Air’s trusted AC technician will evaluate the compressor and let you tell if it has been damaged by the power outage. The machine would require a compressor replacement if the compressor had failed.

 

Phoenix, AZ Quality Air Conditioner Repair Service After Power Outage

Check the breakers to discover if a tripped breaker has cut power to the external device if your air conditioner doesn’t start blowing cool air when the power is restored.

Contact Rescue One Air or fill out the minor form below for a quick answer if your breakers trip after being reset, or if they are on typically but warm air is blowing through your vents.

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