A/C maintenance checklist

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Old 02-25-16, 12:46 PM
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Hi

could you please help me to make a maintenance checklist?
when we go to customer's home, we can fill out a checklist to be sure nothing is forgotten.

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IMO, The Home & ductwork system are key parts of the HVAC system & should be at the top of the evaluation list. If they are not energy efficient nothing else will be...

Then make the rest of your list.
 
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I mean a must to do,list that we should do step by step for servicing split A/C
 
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This is a DIY board so you may want to go over to HVAC-Talk: Heating, Air & Refrigeration Discussion

Many lists already out there. You have to decide how much effort you want to do. (e.g. putting a coat of wax on the outside unit) Then there are a bunch of arguments pro/con about putting gauges on a working system. There is actually someone that insists on recovering and pressure testing every year for automotive systems.

High level - https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm...pr_maintenance

Here are a couple lists after a quick Google search:
Heating & A/C 21 Point Checklist - DeZiel Heating & A/C
http://www.mrhvac.com/wp-content/upl..._Form_Back.jpg
 
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Old 02-28-16, 07:21 AM
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I mean a must to do, list that we should do step by step for servicing split A/C
If you are servicing the system for top efficiency for the owner; those two things are at the top of the list of your step by step servicing. Ignore those two & the rest of your step-by-step won't get you where the system's performance for the owner needs to be!
 
 

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