It’s important for homeowners in the Valley-Metro area to have a fully working air conditioning system for the hot months ahead. It’s cold now but won’t be for long in Arizona! Summer 2013 was the third hottest summer on record for the U.S., according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and summer 2014 could be just as bad. Make sure you are not in need of a AC Compressor Repair!
The AC unit’s compressor is one of the most important parts of the system, and so it is essential for you to be able to identify when you have a broken compressor. Think you may have a faulty AC compressor? The expert AC technicians here at Cooper Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning can help you determine whether your unit does have a broken compressor or some other problem, and they can perform necessary AC repairs—quickly and accurately. Keep reading to learn more about dealing with a broken compressor.
Broken Compressor Warning Signs
There are four major warning signs of a broken AC compressor:
Does your AC unit seem to not start as smoothly as it used to? Does it tend to jerk around—as if different parts are turning on at separate times rather than working together? This means your unit is experiencing “hard starts,” which is typically the first warning sign that your AC compressor is broken.
No Cool Air
If your AC unit’s blower fan and compressor work fine when the unit is turned on but no cool air is coming from the vents, there is a compressor problem—call us at 480-467-7417 for compressor repair, a job that’s best left to a professional AC technician.
If your AC system makes unusual squealing, growling, or rattling noises—it can mean that there is a compressor problem or some other problem that should be addressed as soon as possible.
Circuit Breaker Short Outs
Does your AC unit’s circuit breaker short out frequently when the air conditioner is turned on? This is another sign that your unit needs compressor repair.
What Causes an AC Compressor to Break?
An AC compressor can break for several possible reasons such as a blown fuse (commonly caused by the compressor tripping the breaker), a broken motor overload protector, or burnt wiring. There could also be serious internal damage inside the compressor.
Regardless of the cause of the broken compressor, it is important to have this serious AC problem properly inspected and diagnosed by a professional AC technician in AZ. Contact Cooper Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning today for AC compressor repair—don’t be left inside a hot, uncomfortable home during the hot days ahead.