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Luxaire Air Conditioner Troubleshooting
If you're looking for help fixing your Luxaire Air Conditioner, look no further! Our comprehensive Luxaire Air Conditioner Troubleshooting guide will explain common issues, provide tips, and show you how to read your model's error codes.
Batteries may be dead, or the thermostat may be switched off. Change the batteries and check that the thermostat is set to cool.
The breaker may have been switched off. Turn the switch to the “on” position.
Not blowing cold air?
The filter may be clogged or full of debris. If you haven’t changed your air filter in a while or you’ve been running your A/C more than normal, it’s probably due for a change.
The air conditioning unit outside your home may not be able to vent the hot air from your home properly. Check to make sure your unit has at least 2 feet of clear space. Remove vegetation and leaves from in, on and around your unit.
If the refrigerant is leaking, you won’t be getting cool air. Call an HVAC expert to fix the issue, since it requires trained expertise.
Old homes may have insulation gaps that let the cool air leak out. Windows are common culprits, consider replacing or using blackout curtains.
The PVC pipe that leaves the A/C unit may be clogged. Use compressed air to clean it out and allow normal function.
Making odd sounds?
Squealing may indicate that there is an issue with the belt or blower motor. Adding lubricant to the oil port can help the parts run smoothly.
If the sound is more like a slapping noise, the problem may be with the blades of the fan. Something may be stuck in the blades. Turn off power to the unit to check if this is the cause and remove it.
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After 21 years, we are replacing our Luxaire unit. It has been great. When we bought it, I had never heard of the brand, but the installer assured me that though not well known, it was a solid, dependable unit. We've had no problems with it. Only expense has been annual maintenance on it with our contractor. It's still running cool–albeit with lessened efficiency–but needs some work, so we've decided, considering its age, we should replace it. We've been very happy with our Luxaire. I've been told by many people, including a Carrier salesperson, that most units are pretty much the same; the most important thing is the competence of the installer.
I have very much enjoyed my new AC unit. It provides enough cool air for the entire home. Contractor who installed my air unit was very professional, fast and courteous.
Great system for a reasonable price. The system runs quietly and efficiently. I would definitely recommend this system to anyone who would like to find a reasonably priced and durable air conditioning unit for their home.
Just got a totally new Luxaire system. So far so good after 2 months. I took advantage of a company offer for a free A/C unit with purchase of a new system. Good value.
I felt compelled to share a couple of things we learned this summer when we had our air conditioner replaced. For one, our Tempstar central AC unit lasted just over 5 years. The company that installed it didn't register it, and so when it croaked we didn't even get the advertised 10-year warranty. This is unacceptable, we sure can't afford a new one every 5 years. We had a friend in Hudsonville that had a Luxaire that was going on 16 years old, and they strongly recommended that brand. The dealer we called was extremely helpful in pointing out the potential downfall of the old system after he performed something called a Manual J, which is how HVAC equipment should be sized. The new unit looks 10 times better, is half as loud, and our contractor put in a system that qualified us for a boat load of tax credits and utility rebates. I'd advise anyone looking for a furnace or air conditioner to look at Luxaire, which I honestly had never heard of until this whole fiasco. Also note, Luxaire donates money to Make-A-Wish. If you know what that is, enough said. If you don't, you need to look it up. We researched the company, and it made swallowing another bill a touch easier.