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Maintenance tips for your Honeywell portable AC To Minimize It’s Not Cooling Problems

If you have a honeywell portable ac, it pays to learn a few maintenance tips to improve the lifespan of your appliance. Taking care of your unit is one of the best ways to ensure you ac is functioning both efficiently and effectively. You do not want to spend extra cash buying a new unit if it can serve you for longer with proper care.

The first thing you will want to do is examine the exact location you will be installing and using the unit. Correct placement is very important. As dust and dirt can easily get into fan motors, you will want to avoid areas that are dusty or dirty. Dirt particles can contaminate the bearings and eventually cause electrical and or mechanical failures.

It is advisable to place your unit in close proximity to a window. This is essential for venting purposes. If you are living in a particularly humid area, you should consider a nearby drain as the AC is likely to accumulate condensate during operation. If the drain channels are clogged, the unit is unable to efficiently reduce humidity.

To check the efficiency of the unit, measure the air blowing out of the air vent. Compare this to the temperature of the air going into the return air vent. There should be a temperature difference of about 15 to 18 degrees Fahrenheit. A higher or lower difference may indicate an underlying problem. Either way, this is an indication that it is using a lot of electricity but not working efficiently. Maintenance is necessary for improved energy savings.

If there is water in the tank yet your unit is not cooling, it is likely that the cooling coil is frozen. Most air flow problems stem from dirty filters but a frozen coil could be the indication of low refrigerant charge. In such a case, you will want to hire a professional to correct the refrigerant charge.

Noise is also a very common problem portable ACs have. This should be the least of your worries if you ensure there are no loose parts such as the hoses. Placing a soft pad under the unit can also help in noise reduction. As a general guideline, your air conditioner should have enough space on each side for free air flow.

If your unit stops operation on its own, you should carry out a few checks before discounting it as faulty. Check to ensure the timer is not on as it could be the reason for the unit’s stoppage. One other reason for this could be that the room temperature is lower than the unit’s set temperature. You can wait for the room temperature to rise before operating the unit.

If your ac is not cooling, there could be several reasons for that. Remove the unit’s grill and clean the filter. You can also light vacuum the unit so as to clean the evaporator or condenser coils. Ensure the evaporator is not frosted over, but if it is, normal operation should resume after defrosting. With proper care, your AC should serve you well.

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