An air conditioning condenser is the outdoor device that powers central air through the ducts inside a building. It has vents on the sides and top, with a large fan that runs in the middle. More »

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Air conditioning thermometers can be purchased through online retailers such as Matco Tools, AC Wholesalers and Grainger. As of March 2015, the Matco Tools website carries nine different models of air conditioning thermo... More »

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Automotive air conditioning works as a self-contained looping process within the vehicle that changes the state of the refrigerant to both a gas and liquid. A high- and low-pressure system completes the process and blows... More »

Installing a heat and air wall unit without the use of ducts is a moderately difficult project requiring about five hours including installing and setting up the condenser, locating and mounting the air handler and conce... More »

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The parts that make up an HVAC, or heating, ventilation and air conditioning, unit are a compressor and condenser coil, a fan, and refrigerant lines. The system also includes a plenum, an evaporator coil, a condensate dr... More »

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The primary components of a Fedders air conditioning unit consist of an evaporator, compressor, condenser and expansion valve. A thermostat, control panel, fan and case are also parts of a Fedders air conditioner. More »

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Homeowners can diagnose and troubleshoot air conditioning problems by turning off the unit, cleaning the filter and condenser coils, inspecting the fuses and inspecting the start/run capacitors and contactor, states Fami... More »

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