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Should the air conditioning copper lines be run from the inside unit to the outside without splices or are splices acceptable inside finished walls and between floors?
How do you air condition an inside room with no windows or outside walls in a house with no central AC?
use a ductless split made by mitsbishi or sanyo Use a portable a/c unit found in home depot or some other home appliance store. There are unit that look like a window unit …, but the the inside is conected to the outside by two copper tubes . The unit has to have freon added after it is instalded . Hi: You know,,, it's been awhile since I've seen one in use,,, but,,, there are A.C. units available that have water cooled condensers instead of fan cooled outside condensers. In other words, if you have access to water and drain within your confined area then this system would do the job nicely.Most commonly used on commercial ice makers to help control heat build up in restaurant area. There are also many other good reason such a system would be needed and applied.It's been around forever but the forced fan over condenser coild in general has won out on cheaper to buildand covers a large percentage of the average applications anyway.Water cooled versions are available however if you should wanna look into it. Jimiwane
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Answer . the STARTER or capactor may be bad, i,d call a repair man
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What should be the difference between inside and outside air be when the thermostat is set at 68 with referigated air-conditioning in the home?
Depends on the outdoor temp. If it's 75 outside, your system should easily bring your house down to the 68 degree setpoint. If it's 100 degrees outside, you'll never get there…. Unless, that is, your system is too big for your home. Then it will cool you down just fine, but you'll have humidity problems...that's a whole other discussion. Most central air conditioning units are designed to maintain a 75 degree indoor temp at 55% relative humidity on a 95 degree day. So a indoor/outdoor temperature difference of about 20 degrees or so is what you should expect.
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The inside fan blows air through the ac coils to cool the air. Itshould be on a separate breaker or fuse circuit from the outsideunit. See if there is a fuse box on the side o…f the inside unit andcheck the breakers in the house main breaker box. Also standquietly beside the inside unit and listen for the fan motorrunning. If the motor is heard running then either the fan drivebelt has broken, or the ac coils are clogged preventing air fromflowing.
You can find the answer you want in your governing documents, and in your state's condominium law. The state can define the border between a unit owner's property and propert…y owned by all owners, in common. The governing documents may amend, alter or change these default definitions. In addition to owning at least the space where you live -- however your ownership boundaries are described -- you own, with all the other owners, the common areas and limited common areas in the community. Depending on your governing documents, you will pay property taxes on some portion of the condominium property you own, up to 100%.
You can find the answer to your question in your governing documents where the ownership parameters are defined. Look for definitions of ownership, including: . Unit . Lim…ited Common Areas . Common Areas Every condominium community and its governing documents is different from every other condominium community and its governing documents.
What is the healthy temperature difference between inside of an air conditioned home to the outside air temperature?
Regardless of what region you live in the industry is driven by the temperature considered comfortable by the consumer.. Generally that would be between 65 and 80 degrees.
When an r22 air conditioning system is installed are we required to replace cooling pipe that runs inside the walls?
the pipes dont need to be replaced, but your condenser should match the system. although, if your pipes are very old, they may be leaky, and new ones would make it more effici…ent
What is wrong with the air conditioning unit if it is running outside but no air is blowing in the vents inside?
The blower motor is not working due to a bad motor, broken blower wheel, or capacitor. It could also b due to a very dirty evaporator coil or simply a very dirty filter
Split unit air conditioner outside unit not running. Inside comes on - air blows not cold - outside unit buzzes?
the buzzing is probably your contactor. there are two 18 gauge wires going to your contactor coil the two wires will follow your line set out of your house and into AC to the …contactor coil. usually red and white. or blue and yellow. make sure you have 24 volts with your volt meter (T-stat must be calling for cool). make sure you have 240 volts going into line side of contactor(L1 L2). there should be a run capacitor or two. usually a silver duel capacitor it will be round. is it mushroomed at the top? do you have voltage on both sides of contactor and 24 volts to contactor coil when thermostat is calling for cool?. and no voltage at capacitor or it looks mushroomed, you have a bad capacitor. the best way to test one is with a mircrofared tester. less then10 bucks to replace it will have a number ie. 35/5 uf if it is a duel. make sure you get the same one. if you don't have 24 volts to contactor coil or if contactor isn't pulled in. your problem is in the t-stat or funace. if you don't have 240 volts going into line side of contactor you have a tripped breaker or blowen fuse somewhere, or high pressure cutout needs to be reset due to dirty condenser.(usually only on Rheems) if you have 240 at line side L1 L2 and 24 to the contact coil but no 240 on T1 T2 of contactor you have a bad contactor which i would replace anyways since it sounds like it's buzzing. they are about 10 bucks too. let me know if this helped I'm pretty sure it's your capacitor. the capacitor if it's a duel will have three different terminal circles. C, fan, and Herm. C is for common it goes to the common wire on the contactor either a red or yellow wire. fan uses the wire coming from the fan and herm uses the wire coming from the compressor.
What could be wrong if my central air conditioning unit outside is buzzing every so often and inside is blowing air just not cold air?
your outside unit is buzzing because the low voltage control signal is activating the switch " the contactor" but your unit for some reason is not starting thus no cool air. e…ither your circuit breaker is tripped or you may have other more serious problems. call a licensed hvac service contractor.
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Only if the outside unit is a heat pump.
Outside wall is going to be the coldest, has the windows that let cold in. For comfort, you want the heat on the outside wall. ( To add to my fellow compatrons statement ) You… should consider placing them under major window areas on outer walls with major drafts through the windows as well. Windows are one of your very largest areas to deal with in heat load calculations and should always be adressed with vigor for drafts.