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  1. Great video
    Question: I have a 1.5ton 220volts split unit AC. After few seconds of turning it on the clamp meter reads 22A then rise to reach 37A for few seconds then it stops and the clamp meter reads zero or 0.1A. What could be the problem?

  2. Hi Billy, I wonder if you know a reason why the mother board would fry every two years or so? The motherboard is properly protected from condenser splashing. Could it be poorly quality motherboards? It is for an LG split air conditioning system.

  3. Question so I have never had central ac until now and I cant seem to find my air vents
    When I open my windows I feel a great breeze of cool air but I have to keep my windows open in order to feel that

  4. Trane actually recomends using a propane torch and burning the debris. Huge pain in the ass, and i dont like the idea of doing it. On the newer tranes i remove the back panel ( held in with two 5/16" screws) then i use a sprayer and lean sprayer up againt sheet metal at an angle, and clean from one side all the way around to side with panel removed. It a real bitch to take off all sides of unit, the sheet metal sides slide into each other tongue and groove, and 3 of the sides clip into the plastic base.

  5. It would be better to remove the cover and the fan (either remove it all together or leave it connected but have a helper hold it out of the way) You then spary water from the inside out. (Obviously you need to turn power off the the AC unit ifself first.)

  6. uh, shouldn't you be taking off the cover to clean the coils properly? And actually spray the water from inside out? And I've seen them actually vacuum the coils first.

  7. Those fins are horrid to clean, they pick up everything. You probably are very familiar with commercial fridges with the package condenser, where they call you for no cooling and you find the whole unit is a solid ball of fluff, and the fan has finally stopped turning due to the dirt. Took me an hour of washing when I got my one till the water finally started to come out clean. Then I was able to get in and change the 2 blower fans ( and later the condenser fan after it stopped) and get it running well.

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