HVAC Troubleshooting Tips.This website is dedicated to educating homeowners on various repair issues that may occur with your home’s Air Conditioner & Heating system to save you time and money.
Before calling an HVAC company search this site to educate yourself on what may be wrong with your HVAC system. Search this site to save yourself money and time.
Why is this site called After 5 & Weekends? It’s because a lot of issues happen after 5 PM and also on the Weekends. The vast majority of the HVAC service companies either don’t run service at those times or they only have 1 or 2 technicians running a large service area so they can’t service your system in a timely manner. So this site (After 5 & Weekends) is here to help you solve your HVAC problems 24/7.
- Disclaimer – Read the safety disclaimer at the bottom of the page. If you are not a licensed professional never attempt any repair.
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Search this site to get my in the field hands on reviews on various systems and brands I have personally installed and repaired.
Here are just a few of the issues your HVAC system may encounter that you can solve by searching this site.
- The outside condenser suddenly stopped working
- Main breaker for the inside air handler or outside condenser tripped off
- Capacitor needs replaced
- Condenser fan motor needs replaced
- Blowing warm air inside instead of cold
- No air blowing inside
- Water dripping from the ceiling
- Clogged drain line
- Thermostat replacement
- HVAC product and system reviews
And many more troubleshooting issues can be solved with the information on this site.
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* WARNING! This post and information on this website are for trained and certified technicians only. It is for educational purposes only. Under no circumstances should anyone who is not qualified or have the required permits or licensing attempt to use any information in this post to try and repair an HVAC or electrical system on their own. The opinions and methods I use are my opinions and I give no guarantee of any type of outcome. In other words, if you are not a trained and certified technician you should not attempt any repairs on your own. You should hire a licensed professional to do the work.
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