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Condenser for air conditioning

Condenser for air conditioning

The condenser can attract dirt and dust. Over time, these particles might cover the coils and create a kind of insulation, which will prevent heat from dissipating effectively.

Bad AC Compressor

Bad AC Compressor

If you see leaks around your air conditioning unit or notice an oily substance dripping from it, this could also be a sign of a failing compressor.

AC Compressors

AC Compressors

You may also notice leaks around the compressor, indicating that it’s malfunctioning. If you see any oil stains near the unit, then it’s likely that the refrigerant has leaked out due to a faulty seal or broken component within the system.

Cold Air return vents

Cold Air return vents

Cold air returns are what allow your furnace to “inhale” your home’s air. These registers are typically located low to the ground in different areas around your home to capture the cold air that sinks to the floor.

Why won’t the AC blow air

Why won’t the AC blow air

There are two separate pieces of your AC system, the condenser, which cools the air and is usually outside, and the air handler, which moves the air around your house and is usually inside.