Amana Air Conditioner Repair Service
24 Hour Amana Air Conditioner Repair
You wake up drenched in sweat. It's 2:30 in the morning. The air in your home feels heavy and thick, you can feel it clinging to your skin. Gnats and moths buzz around your face as you step outside into the muggy August air. You turn the corner to see your Amana air conditioner leaking water as it sits idle. What was once a dependable air conditioner is now a hunk of metal. There's only one name you can trust to make your home comfortable again - Southport.
We are Southport and we offer warrantied Amana air conditioner repair in Wisconsin. As the leading air conditioning contractors in the state, Southport offers better air conditioner repair at better prices. You'd be surprised how many replacement Amana AC parts we keep in our trucks, and if we don't have one on hand we can order it for you. Look no further than Southport the next time you need Amana AC maintenance.
Amana Air Conditioner Issues
Amana air conditioners are a popular, dependable, Wisconsin made choice, and are common in many homes. Like all mechanical systems, Amana air conditioners require regular maintenance and occasionally need repairs. Negative reviews for Amana air conditioners often mention:
- Evaporator leaks
- Compressor failure
- Poor welds
- Defective coil
For more information about these issues as well as general troubleshooting of your Amana AC system, refer to our Air Conditioner Troubleshooting Guide or contact the Amana AC repair pros at Southport today. Regular HVAC maintenance, available in the new Southport Club, keeps your Amana running like normal, and identifies small problems before they become big ones.
Amana Air Conditioner Problems
Years of service take their toll on even the most reliable air conditioners. Southport furnace repair technicians are trained to diagnose and fix common Amana AC issues; including:
- AC fan not working
- AC leaking water
- AC not blowing cold air
- AC thermostat blank screen
- AC blower not working
- AC compressor failed
- AC condenser failed
Amana AC Troubleshooting Guide
Amana AC not blowing cold air
- Outdoor cooling coil may be clogged - Leaves, dirt, and other debris can get stuck to the inlet side of your Amana AC's cooling unit. Clear away tall grass, sticks, leaves, or anything else that might block your unit.
- Indoor air handler coil is blocked - Indoor house debris like soot or pollen can block the coils on your indoor air handler. Wipe away any debris and change your filter often.
- Filters are clogged or dirty - Clean or replace your filter.
- Thermostat controls are set incorrectly - Try resetting your thermostat and setting it to the desired temperature.
Amana AC not blowing any air
There might be a blown fuse or open circuit breaker that is preventing the air handler from working properly. Reset your breaker or replace the fuse. Be sure to check the return grills for blockages that stop air from circulating in the system.
Amana AC constantly running
If your thermostat is set to high your Amana AC will run too much. Reset your thermostat. If this doesn't help your AC might be too small for your home.
Amana AC drain pan overflowing
The drain pan under your Amana AC collects condensation and a small electric pump should move that water to a drainage pipe. Check the pipe for kinks or damage, and then check that the pump is plugged in.