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Yikes!! The evaporator coil on the left is caked with everything a good furnace filter should collect. Running your heating and cooling equipment without a filter will create a breeding ground for mold, cause premature failure, and kill the efficiency of your system. Be sure to replace your filter regularly!
#hvac #furnacefilter #freshair
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Is your air conditioner ready for the summer heat? If not, our trained and certified technicians are ready to serve you!
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Kevin and I had a great time with our group and visiting Atlantic Refrigeration! As always we learned a lot and enjoyed all the company. We are looking forward to our next visit!
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4/30/16
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5 Speed Cooling is Here!  New Carrier Inverter Technology will help optimize efficiency and comfort! #carrier   #inverter   #ac  

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Check our latest blog on the dry winter air!  We are also running a special on whole house humidifiers through February.   #humidifiers   #aprilaire   #dryskin  

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We hope you are enjoying time with family and friends today. If you plan to travel this holiday season check out our latest blog on setting your thermostat temperature while you are away.

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Had a great time visiting Cleveland this week. Conserv-Air is a great company with great people! Keep it up Mike.
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10/19/15
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Furnace turns on for two minutes then shuts off

There are several reasons that your furnace would turn on and the quickly shut off before reaching the set thermostat temperature.  There could be an issue with the flame sensor, limit switch, control board, pressure switch, draft inducer motor, flame rollout limit switch, or air flow problems.  Perhaps the most common is the flame sensor.  The flame sensor monitors the gas burner.  If the flame sensor is unable to detect the flame, the control board will shut off voltage to the gas valve, ending the heat cycle.  The flame sensor can become dirty or in some cases can crack.  Many times the flame sensor can be cleaned with a pad and continue without issues.  If the flame sensor has cracked, it will need to be replaced.  Chances are if your furnace is short cycling you will need to call a certified technician. 

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