the compressor isn't working.. either the compasitor is no good, a wire is burnt off the compressor, low refrigerant or the compressor is shot..
--- Let's not jump to conclusions. It does sound like the compressor is not running but that could be for a variety of reasons. The CAPACITOR, (poor spelling and punctuation above), could be the problem, as well as it being low or out of refrigerant.
It would be best if you called a qualified tech to take a look at it. For what you spend on utilities, it's best left to those that know what they're doing.
Central Air Conditioners are installed into your house to provide cooling air in every room using a duct system. They are very refreshing on a hot day.
Condensor is overloading. Had the same problem last year.
If you mean the condenser to a central A/C system, it is usually located outside the house. The condenser part of the system is responsible for discarding the heat that has been "collected" from the inside the house. It is the evaporator that is inside.
The cost of installing a central air conditioner depends on the unit as well as the size of your house. It can cost you anywhere from $1,500 to $1,5000.
Yes, a central air conditioner can be installed in a house that currently uses room air conditioners as long as there is a place to put the fan outdoors.
There are many benefits to installing a central air conditioner. This will allow one to control the temperature of their house, and remain cool and comfortable during the summer months. It also has many benefits over a window mounted air conditioner, as central air allows each room in the house to be cooled equally.
what size of central air conditioner do i need for a 950 sq ft house
what ton central air conditioner is needed for a 2034 sq. ft. house
The furnace or air handling unit in the house.
You have to replace the condenser too.You need a bigger condenser to discard the heat from your space that the bigger compressor sucks. Andreas Petrides from Cyprus
safehow like the house blows up or something no i thinks its safe and nothing going to break or explode
I see this happen a lot. The thermostat is turned down way to low (60 degrees or lower) causing ice to build up on the air conditioners condenser coils. Which causes the air not to get through the coils. The icing of the condenser creates a blockage and the air conditioner doesn't cool the house or room. Making you think it is not working. If not corrected the compressor will overheat. (Not Good). Turn the air conditioner off until the ice has melted (probably 24 hours). Then turn the air conditioner back on with the thermostat set to 68 to 70 degrees and it should go away. If not call a technician.