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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. The first step is to find out if the furnace isn’t the problem, so set first the air conditioner in a thermostat mode and try to lower the temperature setting and check if the furnace fan is operating, because if it does, the problem isn’t in the furnace; however, if the fan doesn’t run, try to reset the furnace circuit breaker and do the process once again, and if it still doesn’t run, it’s probably time to have your unit checked by a technician. Afterwards, check the outside condensing unit and expect that the compressor and fan should be running, because if they’re not, 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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As soon as you have made sure that the power is off, remove the access panel screws and set them aside and remove the access panel and check if there are evidences of rodent’s nest or wires and electrical connectors that have been chewed, such that if there are signs, try to discharge the capacitor (but only do this if you know how) 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, it’s best to take a photo of the wires before disconnecting anything, so you can use the photo as reference later on, and start the wire swapping process following these procedures: 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. As soon as you have reinstalled the access panel and disconnect block, turn on the circuit breaker and furnace switch, then set the thermostat to a lower temperature and, finally, wait for the air conditioning unit to start running again. 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.