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American Standard Air Conditioner Repairs
If you're looking for help fixing your American Standard Air Conditioner, look no further! Our comprehensive American Standard Air Conditioner repair guide will explain common issues, provide tips, and maybe show you how to repair your appliance.
American Standard manufactures appliances that homeowners have come to trust. Even a trustworthy appliance requires occasional maintenance or repair, however. If you’re in need of American Standard appliance repair from experienced professionals, your local Appliance Helper can help.
Is it getting power?
Check your fuses or circuit breakers to make sure they don't need to be present.
Remember, if your home's power is out or disconnected, your system may not work.
Is the thermostat set correctly?
Make sure your thermostat has power
Check that your thermostat is set to cooling or heating mode and not set to "off".
Make sure the thermostat is set to the right setting and temperature.
No cooling / Insufficient cooling
Check the doors and windows in your home. Close any open doors or windows as cool air may be escaping through them.
Check to see if your thermostat is on, and what temperature it's set at. If your thermostat is turned off or set incorrectly, turn it on and/or reset thermostat.
Check your home's circuits and fuse box. If you have an open circuit breaker or burned-out fuse, switch on the circuit or replace the fuse.
Check around your outdoor unit. If there are any leaves, hedges or property walls butting up against it, your system may have frozen up due to a dirty coil. Make sure your outdoor unit has 1' of clearance all around it.
Check the filters in each of your system components (where applicable). If any of your filters are dirty, consult your manual to clean or replace it. Or call your dealer to do this for you.
Check to see if there is any air coming through your vent. Your indoor blower may not be operating. If this is the case, you should contact your dealer.
Stale and stuffy air
If you have a whole-home air cleaner or air exchanger, make sure it is switched on and its filter is clean.
Too dry or too much moisture in the air
Check to make sure your humidifier is switched on. Many times, homeowners turn off the humidifier at the end of the previous heating season and forget to turn it back on when needed.
Make sure your humidifier’s damper or water valve is open.
Check your humidifier setting and adjust the indoor relative humidity settings to bring greater comfort to your home.
Noisy air vents
A high pitched sound often, although not always, indicates a lack of return air. Make sure your return and supply vents are open and free of any blockages including furniture.
Other noises (e.g., rattling, humming, thumping or scraping sounds) could be a sign of undersized or flimsy duct work, clogged filter or wear and tear on your system’s internal components.
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The most efficient, quiet and reasonably priced on the market, American Standard Central Air Conditioners boast an impressive spec sheet.
It keeps the utility bill low, hasn’t broken down and cools the house well even when it is overly hot. That is all it takes to make a good ac in my books. I have had it for 2 years now and not a single repair has been required. Let’s see how much longer this machine has left in it but I have a feeling it’s going to be a long time.
High-quality air conditioning units at an affordable price means that American Standard is accessible to pretty much everyone and offers something that most people would be satisfied with. Though there aren’t many premium models past a 22 SEER, the focus on cooling and the breadth of the lineup means that Canadians stay reliably cool during a hot summer.
American Standard offers an efficient variety of central air conditioners, available in different tonnages, at affordable and competitive prices. Regardless of the unit you go for, you can’t go wrong with American Standard, in terms of cost-effectiveness.
American Standard makes good HVAC equipment so as long as it is installed properly by a competent HVAC contractor. If so, you shouldn’t have too much to worry about. It is also good to have regular maintenance performed on any type of HVAC equipment as things tend to wear out overtime. American Standard and Trane share the same type of engineering that goes into their equipment.