clogged filters,dirty coils condensers,evaporators
In air conditioning units a chiller works by passing the coolant through coils that rapidly cool the down. The coils have air forced around them and the cool aire given off the coils is what generates the air conditioning.
The main parts of any mobile or stationary air conditioning system are the compressor, hoses/lines, expansion valve, evaporator coil, condenser coil and fans to move air through both coils. You also have various pressure, temperature, and on/off switches that controls the system. An air conditioning system is a fairly simple system.
1.Fan not working 2.obstructions in the duct system 3.coils are filthy and need to be cleaned
No, The refrigerant within the system is on the inside of the pipes and the water condensing on the coils from the moisture in the homes air and running out of the drain is on the outside of the pipes.
Dirty condenser coils or condenser air restriction
A system where the Ignition Coils are located on top of the spark plug boots... Coils powered by the ECM.
Both the fan and pump have coils.
Answer 1Since I'm not an expert in central air conditioning, this will be a layman's answer. As I understand what I have been told years ago by an air conditioning technician, condensation occurring inside the ductwork downstream of the evaporator coil(s) is the result of the rate of airflow over the coil being too great for the amount of moisture [humidity] in the air.The highly humid air does not have a long enough contact time with the coils for all the moisture to condense on the coil fins, and it does finally condense out downstream in the ducts and on the outlet diffuser.Whatever the cause, you need to get a qualified air conditioning technician to check out your system, so that he/she can properly diagnose the cause.
Field coils and armature
That depends on the size of the coils and the length of line in between.
They can be dirty or the system can be low on freon.