How do we fix an air conditioning unit?
When an air conditioning unit seems to cool some rooms at your business premises and not others, or if both the indoor and outdoor units are running but cool air is not blowing from the vents, your central unit might be in the midst of a breakdown. Servicing your unit may repair your air conditioner, but other failures may mean it needs testing with up to date machinery and components are failing.
Old technology utilises electrical components to perform direct control operation of motors and compressors. This results in unoptimized operation that leads to higher energy consumption.The circuit board and its components, like any other parts in the air conditioning system, are subject to lifespan exhaustion as well as damage but it is worth checking what can be done before an investment is made in a new unit.
Could this mean it’s time to install a new one? Probably not. This is when Greasley Electronics can come in. Call us on 01530 835823 or send a picture of the PCB and unit here.
A damaged aircon circuit board can normally be repaired but this requires well trained technical personnel to do it which we are at Greasley Electronics! Most circuit boards can’t be repaired on site. Proper repairing of circuit boards should be carried out in a workshop environment where all test equipment is readily available. Upon repair, circuit board operation must be tested for a period of time to determine if its operational again.
Many aircon companies lack the above expertise, hence they recommend replacement of a new circuit board. Replacement cost for a new circuit board may double or triple the price of repair. Ironically , a new circuit board is still subject to the same damage as discussed above. Having said the above, some circuit board may be so badly damaged that its beyond economical repair. Our workshop will perform a detailed assessment and advise our client on the best options available including the cost of repair.
Using all of our many years of experience identifying problems with circuit boards, me and my team, 9 times out of 10, can see what the problem is by an image sent through on email. Some boards have been tampered with on site, others blown, others a repair we can fix by identifying the faulty component.
We fix all sorts of air conditioning units including Trend, Cylon, and Schneider units, to name but a few.
How do we fix an air conditioning unit then? Call me, email me with an image or contact John Rawlings through LinkedIn!
My email inbox is full, but hey, I get a great deal of satisfaction knowing I can save a business thousands on a daily basis!