Helpful Tips From Gill Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.

Things You Should Try Before Calling For Service:
  • If your system has a filter, you can turn off the equipment and check if the filter is dirty or there is a clog.
  • You can reset all breakers or switches for the equipment. Tip: Some systems have 2 breakers.
  • Try turning the thermostat off and on once. Then wait for 10 minutes to check if it is running or not.
  • Another option is cleaning all debris and obstructions from equipment.
  • If your equipment has a circuit board with L.E.D. lights that show its status then, take note of the pattern or numbers of L.E.D. blinking. With that record, you can check the owner’s manual for solutions. If that too can’t help you, contact Gill Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.
  • Check if there are any blocked or closed air vents throughout the house. Ideally, there shouldn’t be any.
  • If the equipment or copper line set is iced up and there is no sign of self defrost, turn them off and let them defrost for 24 hours. Then check items 1, 4, and 6. If still, the problem persists, call for service.
Note: For heat pumps, temporarily switch the thermostat to emergency heat until the problem is solved.
  • You can always go through the equipment owner’s manual for detailed instructions and troubleshooting tips.

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