Imagine a warm and long summer day, where all you want is for your AC to switch on and make your life much better. But have you ever faced the issue of your unit failing to work? Well, don’t worry because we’re here to help troubleshoot different problems you may face with your split AC unit. Our aim is to establish an indoor environment that keeps your family content!

Having served thousands of home and business owners, we have encountered some of the most common issues people face. Our experience in the local market has allowed us to understand individual problems and address them adequately. While regular maintenance is crucial for overall system efficiency, troubleshooting these common problems can save you from a lot of hassles.


  1. AC Won’t Turn On
    Hearing the sound of your AC turning on can be satisfying, but what if it doesn’t? If your AC won’t turn on, the problem may stem from a lack of power caused by a broken fuse or circuit breaker. This could be due to thermostat issues, poor wiring, or current leakage. To solve this problem, you need to replace the blown fuse or check your main supply to see if any circuit breaker has tripped.
  2. Thermostat Problems
    If your thermostat isn’t working, your AC won’t know when to turn on or off. You can identify thermostat problems by setting the temperature to the lowest degree and checking if your AC kicks off. If it doesn’t, it’s time to call for professional help. If your thermostat is uncalibrated, we can calibrate it or replace it if it’s broken. Older analog or dial-type thermostats are usually the culprits, while some newer ones may have programming issues. Always use the manual that came with your AC when troubleshooting these components, as they are extremely sensitive.
  3. Refrigerant Top-Up Issues
    One of the most common AC problems is refrigerant top-up. Low refrigerant levels cause your AC to work hard and ineffectively because heat discharge isn’t maintained properly. This can happen due to broken contact points or pipe leakages. If your AC is set to a low temperature but the surrounding area remains warm, there may be an issue with the refrigerant. You will also experience higher humidity levels. Refrigerant top-up isn’t just about refilling the gas; it’s a complex job. If your AC is continually low on refrigerant, you may need to replace the entire unit.
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