Brenda Ashaka, General Manager of Alpha 4 Real AC and Heating says problems like tripping air conditioner circuit breakers are easy to fix if homeowners know how.
“These problems are fairly easy to fix if you know how to do so. Take tripping circuit breakers, they are easy to remedy by simply taking some simple steps,” she said today.
She said air conditioning circuit breakers trip or shut off due to three issues including too much current or overloaded circuits, short circuit or stoppage in current flow, and ground faults or when two wires that should not be touching, do.
“These issues are fairly easy to isolate and diagnose. Circuit breakers are rated and will trip or shut off if the amount of current flowing through them is more than the circuits are rated for. They can also shut off or trip if the current gets cut off by pets chewing on the wires, for example. They can also shut if you have crossed wires,” she said.
The Houston air conditioning repair expert said the first step to take when your circuit breakers trip is to diagnose the issue.
“Find out what the problem is. What is causing the trips? Is it overloaded circuit? If that is the problem, unplug some appliances and that should fix the problem. If you find cut wires and you notice that some of your circuits will not stay on, it could be because current flow is interrupted or it is not getting enough current,” she added.
Brenda Ashaka told area residents to consider air conditioning repair experts if they are unsure what to do or are not sure of the cause of the circuit breaker problems.
“We have trained and experienced AC specialists ready to help diagnose and fix circuit breaker problems should that become necessary. All homeowners have to do is call us at 281-347-7325 or complete the short form at http://alpha4realac.com/
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