Common Problems That Lead to Air Conditioning Service Posted April 27, 2017 In St. Cloud, there are a few normal problems that guide homeowners to call Osceola Air, LLC for air conditioning service. We’ve pulled them together for you, so you know what to look for and what could be creating the issues. Lack of maintenance—If you’ve failed to remember to schedule regular air conditioner service, you could have to be paying for it in avoidable repairs. Your air conditioner can’t work correctly if its filters and coils become clogged up with dirt and debris. In fact, this problem often precedes compressors and fans dying prematurely. It’s critical to always schedule your yearly air conditioner service with Osceola Air, LLC and inspect your air filters to avert this problem. Leaking refrigerant—Leaking refrigerant can cause a number of complications, including a frozen coil. Alas, you can’t fix a refrigerant leak by adding more refrigerant. This problem needs to be handled by a professional who can mend the leak and check to make sure it’s accurately mended. He or she can also charge your system with the precise amount of refrigerant your air conditioner’s manufacturer specifies, which will ensure that your air conditioner is functioning at its best. Problems with outdoor unit—Sometimes the outside fan fails to operate as it should, which obstructs heat transfer and can prompt your air conditioner to overheat and even damage the compressor. If the whole outdoor unit stops working, you could have a problem with wiring or your thermostat. Thermostat issues—It’s pretty standard for homeowners to need air conditioner repairs that originate from trouble with their thermostat. Whether it’s a programming problem or an issue with the sensor or wiring, your technician can help. If you’re in need of air conditioning service in St. Cloud, or you just have a couple questions about your air conditioner, call Osceola Air, LLC at 407-477-6319.