Tips and tricks

Mobile Home Air Conditioner Start Up and Maintenance

Posted by Darin DeVries on

Mobile Home Air Conditioner Start Up and Maintenance www.colemanhvacparts.com ColemanHVACparts.com is known for helping homeowners learn about their electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems. eight things you can do to get your air conditioning ready for the summer season ahead. #1 Go outside to your air conditioning unit and clear any clutter, around it. The most important thing is for the air to be able to flow. Uncover the unit if you covered it for the winter, if you have bushes growing, trim them back at least 18-24 inches and remove any items that may have been stored against it...

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Technical Tip Pressure Switch Failure

Posted by Darin DeVries on

Technical Tip Pressure Switch Failure, here is a tip or a trick   I learned when I was in the field working on pressure switches is take a suction bulb that's used on babies   and lightly blow and suck on the tube going to the switch to exercise the switch and it may stay working for a short time but once the pressure switch starts having problems you're getting to the end of life of that switch and needs to be replaced. This is also used to test the pressure switch, using your continuity tester you can see if the switch is making contact when you...

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Prepair For Cold Weather Ahead, Furnace Checkup

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Intrest free shopping! Shop now pay later!

Posted by Darin DeVries on

We now offer Intrest Free shopping!  Shop now pay later Shop Pay Installments allows customers to pay for orders between $50 USD and $1,000 USD in 4 interest-free installments. Look for this link at checkout 

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Electric Furnace, High Electric bills? Read This Post!!

Posted by Darin DeVries on

We are receiving several tech calls for High Electric bills in the summer and wanted to remind people that have an electric furnace to remember to check your furnaces Sequencer!! The sequencer when it get old will stick and hold the contact in making the furnace draw Electricity to the heat elements, So you could be heating and cooling at the same time.  If you have:  High Electric bills when your not heating your home. Furnace is warm to the touch. Hear clicking in the furnace when the furnace is not operating See an amp draw with the electric test...

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