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Troubleshooting & Repair

HVAC Troubleshooting & Repair in Clay County

We Can Diagnose & Fix Any HVAC Problem in Jackson & Johnson

Modern furnaces and air conditioners are generally reliable, but it’s only natural that they will experience issues eventually. Dealing with these problems does not have to be stressful with 1st Priority Heating & Cooling and Construction, LLC on your side. We offer thorough HVAC troubleshooting and repair in Clay County.

Speak to our team at (816) 785-3126 or get in touch with our specialists online.

Tips for Troubleshooting Your HVAC System

Is the furnace refusing to turn on? Perhaps the AC appears to be running, but no cool air is coming out? There may be something seriously wrong with your heating or cooling unit, or a minor issue may be present that can be resolved by basic troubleshooting. 

You can see if your HVAC system requires professional repairs by:

  • Checking to see if the system is still connected to its primary source of gas or electricity

  • Unplugging and resetting the unit to factory settings before turning it back on

  • Ensuring that the furnace door has not been left ajar

  • Looking to see whether the thermostat was ever properly calibrated

  • Replacing an old, dirty filter in the air conditioner or furnace with a new one

  • Examining the vents and duct openings to look for signs of a blockage

  • Inspecting the wires to the air conditioner and furnace and looking for signs of fraying or loose connections

Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing Over?

If an air conditioner has ice crystals or frozen vents, something is clearly wrong with the system. Most people are prone to think that the issue is that their air conditioner is simply too cold. However, the likely culprit is that the condenser coils or air filters inside have become clogged with dirt. Since the water from the condensate becomes trapped in the cool environment, it will eventually freeze. 

There are other, more serious reasons as well. A faulty fan is another common reason for issues, as it prevents airflow that allows the water inside to stay warm. A damaged compressor is a problem that must be addressed immediately.

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