Why do my fuses blow or breakers trip?
Usually because you have overloaded the circuit with things like; air conditioners, microwaves, plug in heaters, toasters, etc. It does not always matter how big your service is, it usually has to do with a branch circuit, which is from the breaker box to the problem device.
How to fix a leaking refrigerator?
There might be several possible causes if water is dripping inside the refrigerator. Something might block either the freezer drain or the self-defrosting drain mechanism. Unplug the refrigerator first before attempting to fix it if it is leaking. Locate the drain for the defrosted water, then take the drainage pan out. After removing the cover panel, find the drainage channel or tube, and feed it into a bucket to collect any extra water. After that, take off the top part of the drain tube. Using a hairdryer, you may thaw the tube and clear out any ice-caused jams. If there is a physical obstruction, clear the blockage from the pipe using air or a snake.
This is what happened before I told them to be there at 8am; I have to be the first guy in the morning. They came at almost 10am and no one's home. This morning someone was supposed to come at 8, and no one showed up.
According to our manager, she left you a voicemail that we could come on Thursday same time, between 8am to 10am. I'm so sorry for the inconvenience. I will specifically put a note that you will be the first customer of the day, and then our technician should be there at 8am because no one will be home at quarter to 10am.
What does a blinking red light mean on a Trane furnace?
A blinking red light on a Trane furnace typically indicates that the furnace is experiencing a malfunction or error. It is important to note that the exact meaning of the blinking red light can vary depending on the specific model of the furnace. In general, however, it is recommended to contact a professional for assistance in troubleshooting and resolving the issue.
Why isn’t my Home Retaining Heat?
Make sure that your home is well insulated. We recommend that you have your home inspected once every year, as many insulation companies offer a free evaluation. If there are gaps in the insulation, your HVAC system will have to work harder. This will increase the amount of energy spent on heating or cooling. The extra strain on the unit will also increase the chances of HVAC repair needs. You should also check for any gaps or cracks in the ductwork that will adversely affect the efficiency of your HVAC unit. These openings can cause warm air from within your home to flow out and the conditioned air to move out of the duct. Again the unit will have to work harder and continue to keep the indoors comfortable. So make sure that the ductwork is checked once every year or twice a year when the season changes.
What can I, as a homeowner, do to maintain my air conditioning equipment?
Inspect and change your filter as needed and flush out the drain system on a monthly basis
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