It is common for central air conditioners to make a small amount of noise while running, such as a small humming sound when the fan blows. However, excessive noise is a sign that something has gone wrong: possibly a blower problem or a fan problem. When think you have a fan problem, contact the Scottsdale air conditioning professionals at Cool Touch and have your AC system inspected, fixed and running efficiently.
What Is An AC Blower?
The air conditioner blower is actually the fan inside the AC unit which sends cool air through the cooling coil and into an indoor space. It keeps the air moving. When it doesn’t work the air conditioning system tends to not work as well.
When an AC Blower Will Not Start
When you turn on the air conditioner and it doesn’t start, there tends to be no sound coming from the fan motor as well as no cold air moving into the building. This could mean that the air conditioner is overheating, or even that a fan belt has stopped working. Our air conditioning technicians can identify and resolve this type of AC blower problem.
When There is Ice Buildup on the Air Conditioner
If your air conditioner has begun to form its own colony of icicles, which can also cause it to not work as efficiently as it once did, this tends to be a sign of a fan problem. Commonly this could mean that the air conditioner fan has become clogged with dust and dirt and is no longer efficiently allowing the cooled air out of the AC unit. Or it could mean that a broken fan is no longer properly circulating air. Either way, our experienced Scottsdale air conditioning technicians can diagnose and solve these air conditioner fan blower problems.