At Jersey Coast Appliance, we know that every home is different. We also know that mini split AC’s can be a great alternative for homeowners who don’t have ductwork and don’t want the bulk of a central air unit. Zoned heat is still possible and installation is a breeze. Unfortunately mini split’s can undergo some similar issues that your central air conditioning unit might also. However because of their lack of ducts. mini splits are often even easier to service because of their convenient access.
Our technicians are trained to handle any appliance problems that may exist in your home or office with whatever type of cooling system you may have. We are available 24 hours a day for emergency services and offer a two-hour window arrival time for our customers convenience.
Here are some common problems you may be noticing about your mini split:
The unit is blowing air, but not cold air
As professionals we have many steps we are trained to take. First we will take a look at the air filters and from there will test the fan and the blower wheel. If all of these seem to be in order, the motor and control board will be examined. And then just like with a central air unit, the level of refrigerant will be monitored. In the case of a leak or a lack of fluid, it’s no wonder your mini split isn’t emitting cold air.
Whatever may be the cause of your lack of cold air, the professionals at Jersey Coast Appliance will make the process as easy and as quick as possible, communicating openly along the way, so that you can have an estimate of the cost and time it will take to repair.
The unit takes minutes to turn on
This is an electrical issue. In cases like this, your circuit breaker will be checked as well as your power source to determine what the problem may be. Whether it’s a problem with your mini split or with the electricity in your house, our technicians are fully educated on how to best handle the situation.
The unit is leaking water
It’s concerning when any appliance begins to leak, so don’t hesitate to call a professional as soon as you notice your mini split leaking water or any liquid. This may be due to a clog in the drain hose, or possibly an issue with a fan coil. Regardless, our professionals will remedy the issue and help advise our customers on how to avoid problems like this in the future.
Contact us today at Jersey Coast Appliance for any mini split sales or service questions. We will be happy to answer promptly and accurately.