Compressor and Fans
The compressor is responsible for the distribution of pressure and cooling; so, if there is a problem with the compressor, be sure the air conditioner will be affected. Typically, the compressor generates warning signs before the disappearance, such as:
- Cabin temperatures higher than normal
One of the first signs that the compressor may be having problems is that the air conditioner will not be blowing as usual. A damaged compressor will not be able to properly regulate the flow of liquid in the air conditioner system, so the air conditioner will not work properly.
- Loud noises when the compressor is running
Loud noises are common when the air conditioner is switched on; this is a potential signal that the compressor is failing. Much like other accessories driven by the engine’s belts, the air conditioner compressor has several interior components and uses a sealed bearing to turn. If any of these interior components breaks; then the compressor will produce all sorts of noises.
- Reduced airflow
It is most difficult to detect, a sign that compressor is weakened or reduce air conditioner vents. The compressor creates cold air and if they start to fight and not be able to generate as much air as usual. As a result, less air from their openings
In the mobile space, the air condition now has to work harder; as the demand for air conditioner increases, there is also a high demand for the condensation system. The warm air passage through the coil evaporator; cooled by cooling system and return to the house. As water vapor condenses, it drops and is collected in the tank, and drained from the air conditioner. However, as the process continues, various problems may appear from the condensate, which can cause health problems for your family or damage your home.