Some problems of AC and solutions
A thermostat sensor is located behind the control panel on room ACs and measures the temperature of the air entering the evaporative coil. The AC may cycle constantly or act erratically if the sensor is knocked out of place. Adjust the sensor's position by carefully bending the wire that holds it in place near the coil but not touching it.
Electric Control Failure
The compressor and fan controls can become worn out, especially if the AC is turned on and off frequently, as is the case with an oversized system. Electrical connections and contacts should be checked during a professional service call because corrosion of wires and terminals is a problem in many systems.
If your AC is low on refrigerant, it was either installed incorrectly or leaks. If it leaks, simply adding more refrigerant will not solve the problem. Any leaks should be repaired by a trained technician, who should then test the repair and charge the system with the proper amount of refrigerant.
Filters can easily become clogged with dirt and dust, limiting airflow and negatively impacting the unit's efficiency and effectiveness. It's one of the many reasons why ACs need to be serviced and maintained regularly.
This problem, which is caused by leaks in the ductwork supplying different rooms, can sometimes be a sign of poor installation. Poorly insulated walls, on the other hand, can cause this. Unless you can immediately identify the problem like a blocked vent, calling a heating and cooling engineer may be your best bet.
Ac making strange noises
Often, our engineers discover that the problem is caused by a faulty motor bearing or an internal belt (especially if the sound is squealing or screeching). We strongly advise against attempting to resolve this issue on your own, as you may put yourself at risk of serious injury. Instead, make sure the system is turned off and immediately contact a Quickhometech technician, who will be able to identify the problem much more quickly and safely.
Compressor switching off too frequently
The filter of the split AC is most likely clogged in this case due to a buildup of dust and debris. As a result, the AC has to work even harder to get air into the system for circulation, raising the temperature above the ideal operating temperature. As a result, the compressor is turned off. Simply remove the filter and wash it under running water. If you do this once a month, you should be fine.
Foul smell upon switching on the AC
When you turn on the split AC, it can emit noxious odors. Don't worry; the issue is with the air conditioning's drainage system. Water accumulates in the drain pipe and drainage tray as a result of dust and debris, and the odor gradually worsens. The problem should be solved if the repair technician clears the drainage system.