Central Air Conditioner Repair – South Bay & Long Beach

An air conditioner not functioning properly can really cause some problems in your life. Our air conditioner repair technicians are here to help your central air conditioner keep its cool. Our techs are familiar with all brands and models of central air conditioning units.

Some of the Air Conditioner brands we repair include:

Maytag Refrigerator Repair Fridigaire Refrigerator RepairWhirlpool Refrigerator RepairKenmore Refrigerator Repair

Don’t see your brand listed?  Don’t worry, we repair most brands. Give us a call to discuss your Air Conditioner repair.  We have been repairing AC units in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach & Palos Verdes for over 20 years.

Central Air Conditioner Problems & Solutions

The Unit Does Not Come On

An air conditioning system may fail to operate at the beginning of the cooling season. The unit will not come on if the thermostat is defective or set improperly. Another potential issue may be that your unit is not receiving electrical power.

Check the Thermostat

Verify that your thermostat selector is set in the “cooling” position. Some systems have a built-in timer that delays the activation of the equipment. Wait several minutes for the timer to complete its cycle, and adjust the thermostat several degrees below the temperature inside your home. If the thermostat requires calibration. Call Appliance Guard at (310) 318-3538

Check the Power

You should also verify that the appliance is receiving power. Locate your main fuse panel, and determine whether the fuse or circuit breaker for the equipment has blown or tripped. Replace a blown fuse with one that has the same amperage, or reset the circuit breaker. Some units have a breaker panel located near the outside unit. Verify that the breaker inside this electrical box is on or the quick disconnect is inserted properly. If the system continues to have electrical problems, you need the assistance of an experienced repair technician.  Call Appliance Guard at (310) 318-3538

The Unit Blows Warm Air

One possible reason that HVAC systems blow warm air is dirty filters. The system is producing cold air but it cannot flow through the duct work. Clean air filters protect your equipment and help it perform properly. HVAC systems work harder as the outside ambient temperatures approach triple digits and may not cool as effectively as you desire. You should also verify that the outside unit is running. If the outdoor unit is on, ensure that leaves and other debris are not obstructing the airflow. An air conditioner that blows warm air can be a sign of insufficient refrigerant. Only licensed air conditioning repair technicians can replenish HVAC coolant.