WHAT PART(S) FAILS MOST OFTEN?
Though it is intended to last the life of the system, the part we replace most often is the capacitor. The capacitor is a device about the size of a baseball (but a different shape) that stores up energy and provide a surge of power to your air conditioner when the thermostat sends a signal that your air conditioner needs to start up. Most often due to the extreme temperatures in California, the dielectric grease will dry up and cause failure.
I have a May Tag refrigerator whose freezer is leaking, and I would like it fixed; somebody come out tomorrow.
We can do it tomorrow between 11am to 2pm. I just want to let you know that the parts might no longer be available for this fridge because it's kind of old. Let me just remind you how we work. We have a service call fee for the visit, that's for a full physical diagnostic, and once you decide to proceed with us, the service call fee will be waived. You can pay us with a credit or debit card or check; we don't take cash for now. The specialist will call you half an hour before arrival. Keep your phone active and keep your fridge plugged in.
Is the blue wire negative or positive?
The blue wire is negative, while the white is positive.
You just called me about an electrician coming here? You must have the wrong address or information because he's not here.
Yeah. I believe you have an appointment for an electrician this morning from 8 AM to 12 PM. He called you earlier to inform you that he's on the way. We'll check up on him on his status and update you on his location.
My colleague said you called, and you got disconnected. I just want to confirm your appointment tomorrow for an electrician coming out. Are you good for tomorrow?
Well, I have someone coming now, but I'll call you as a backup if they don't show up.
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