Having mini-split installation done is a great approach to solve comfort problems in your home. These systems don’t need ductwork to deliver energy-efficient heating and cooling. Much like any other home comfort system, they can have troubles occasionally. Here are seven of the most typical mini-split problems and how you can fix them.
1. Mini-Split is Dripping Water or Not Draining Water
If your mini-split is dripping water or not draining water, there may be a situation with the condensate drain or drain line. It’s typical for a drain line to be clogged with mold, force water to back up and spill. Reach All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc at 256-801-4701 for help and we’ll get your drain unclogged rapidly.
2. Mini-Split is Making Noise
Mini-splits usually don’t create a lot of noise when they’re on. But there are two instances where they might make sounds.
- Popping or clicking: This can be because of the plastic housing expanding or contracting while the system is operating.
- Swooshing, crackling or gurgling: This can occur if your mini-split switches into defrost mode to stop itself from icing up.
You shouldn’t be troubled if you hear these noises since they’re typical. However, if your mini-split keeps switching into defrost mode, it’s a clue that something is off, including not enough refrigerant, a flawed circuit board or defective sensors. Your All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc HVAC tech will be able to pinpoint and correct the situation rapidly.
3. Mini-Split is Not Heating or Blowing Hot Air
If your mini-split is not heating or blowing hot air, frozen coils may be to blame. Like we discussed prior to this, icy coils might be the effect of not enough refrigerant, a bad circuit board or malfunctioning sensors. Contact us at 256-801-4701 for assistance.
4. Mini-Split is Not Cooling or Blowing Cold Air
If your mini-split is not cooling or blowing cold air, there could be a refrigerant leak. Your mini-split AC relies on refrigerant to move heat and keep your residence comfortable. These leaks must be repaired by a licensed HVAC tech, so reach us at 256-801-4701 for assistance.
5. Mini-Split is Not Dehumidifying
Like an air conditioner, a mini-split does a great job at dehumidifying during the summer. However, this may be halted by clogs in the condensate drain line. Another reason your mini-split air conditioner may not be dehumidifying properlyis if it’s oversized. A system that’s too large will cool down an area too rapidly without having a chance to dehumidify it. Mini-split size is planned on square footage and BTUs.
6. Mini-Split Smells
If your ductless mini-split smells, it’s trying to tell you that something is wrong. Here are five of the most usual smells and what they mean.
Musty, Sour or Mildew
If your mini-split smells musty, sour or like mildew, you may have a mold issue. Have a pro like All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc check and rinse the condensate drain and drain line, if required.
If your mini-split smells like vinegar or has a sweet odor, you’re probably dealing with a refrigerant leak. Another certain hint that you don’t have enough refrigerant is a low concentration of cool air. Reach us at 256-801-4701 for support.
If your mini-split smells like fish, the following things things could be wrong. In some instances this smell means there are electrical issues or that there’s a leak. Regardless, call us at 256-801-4701 for support.
7. Mini-Split Will Not Power On
If your mini-split will not power on, look at the remote first. If the batteries are dead, your mini-split won’t run. In the majority of experiences, replacing the batteries will fix the issue. If you’re still running into trouble, call us at 256-801-4701.
Depend on Us for Your Mini-Split Repair Needs
When you need mini-split repair or air conditioning repair in Huntsville, contact the company your neighbors and friends have depended on since 1976. Quality service, reasonable prices and your comfort are our top priorities! Call us at 256-801-4701 to schedule your appointment now.