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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To troubleshoot an air conditioner, test the fan, and examine the condenser. Power supply issues and low refrigerant are also common causes for a malfunctioning air conditioner. Troubleshooting can be completed in about ... More »

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A ductless air conditioning system cools a certain zone without using ductwork. Also known as mini splits, this type of air conditioning system works the same way as its ducted counterpart while providing a low-cost opti... More »

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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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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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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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