A: The Air Conditioner is not cold can be caused by an outdoor that does not work. Other causes are Air Conditioner capacity that is not suitable for large rooms, run out of freon, outdoor and indoor is dirty, setting the temperature on the remote is too high, and the placement of Air Conditioner units that are not suitable.
A: In the Air Conditioner unit there is usually condensate water in the Indoor and is released through a drainage pipe / drain. Drains clogged with dirt will cause leaks. Other causes are too little freon or can be caused by incorrect installation of a drain pipe.
A: Generally for home Air Conditioning inspection and maintenance, it is recommended every 3 months. This frequency varies depending on how to use and other factors.
A: The recommended basic treatment is to clean the air filter and AC panel every two weeks to keep the Air Conditioner functioning properly.
A: Noise in the Air Conditioner can be caused by vibrations from Indoor or Outdoor that are dirty, and the components in the Air Conditioner unit are loose or damaged.
A: Odor arises from bacteria that are formed inside the Indoor that are dirty. If the smell is very stinging, you need a chemical treatment to overcome it.
A: Chemical cleaning / overhaul is a comprehensive method of cleaning the Air Conditioner unit. This is done if an Air Conditioner has been severely blocked and light service cannot improve its condition, chemical cleaning is required. When overhauling the Air Conditioner unit will be disassembled part by part and cleaned chemically.
A: If the Air Conditioner has a freon leak, adding freon is not a solution. A trained and experienced technician will do a test to find out the location of the leak and repair it. After the repair is complete, the exact amount of freon needs to be added to the Air Conditioner unit to replace the leaked freon.
A: Outdoor care requires at least once a year to ensure air circulation in the AC system is not hampered because it can cause cooling inefficiency, short life of AC compressors and waste of electricity.
A: The existence of damage to electronic components (electronic circuit board) in an Indoor unit that functions to regulate the way of the evaporator (Indoor) can cause the air conditioner to turn on and turn off on its own. Problems can be overcome by repairing and replacing components.
A: The formation of ice cubes in an outdoor pipe is caused by a lack of freon, an indoor that is dirty, a dirty filter, or a blower that does not work.
A: Most new AC air conditioners are equipped with Air Purifying Filters. Air purifiers function to eliminate odors, bacteria, fungi and harmful particles scattered in the room. Air purifying filters should be replaced every 3-6 months. The indicator that the filter needs to be replaced is usually dark brown or black. An air purifying filter that is dirty but not replaced will reduce the cooling capability of the air conditioner.