Why does your central air unit blow out hot air from the vents?
Your air handler is working but the compressor outside isn't. The air handler is responsible for pumping the cooled air through the vents and into your house. It may be located in the attic, basement, or perhaps the garage. The compressor/heat exchanger is outside. If it is damaged or has sprung a refrigerant leak, it won't cool the air. Most AC units are on different electrical circuits than the air handler. Before you call the repair man, make sure the circuit breaker or fuse for the compressor hasn't tripped or blown. In most cases where the AC isn't cooling, the problem is with insufficient refrigerant.
Chevy trailblazer 2004 Why doesn't the air blow out of the front vents when the air conditioner is on?
What could it be when your central air conditioner fan is working but there is no air coming out of any of the vents?
The fan on the ac unit cools the air, it doesnt move the air through the vents. There is a device not connected to the air conditioner, usually in the underside of the house called the air handler. This moves the air through the vents. It is usually a squirrel cage looking device and you should get this checked out.
Why do you get hot air at floor and defroster vents but only cold air at the dash vents vents in a 1995 chevyvan 20?
Why would air only blow out the floor vents and the two outside dash vents not out the center dash vents?
In my opinion where the supply vents are located is not as important as where the return air vents are located. the supply vents should be located towards the outer walls if possible. the return air vents should be located towards the center of the dwelling if possible. every effort should be made to get the return air vents as high as possible on the wall , if not in the ceiling.Remember you are trying…
Why would your central air conditioner blow warm air only in the middle of the day and blow fine at night?
Why does your 2004 Honda civic blow hot air out the top vents but does not blow any out to the floor?
Chances are that this is a PICNIS situation- Problem In Chair Not In System- make sure you have the button that makes it blow out of both vents... it looks like a little person sitting and has an arrow towards his head and an arrow towards his feet. If the problem still exists then I would consider two things- car is broken, or you're forgetting physics- Hot air rises, cold air falls... maybe the fan…