No Air Coming Out

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Old 05-11-02, 09:55 PM
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Last summer we were told we needed a new A/C, so after spending $1500.00. It is not better. No air is blowing out of the vents. When we put our hands up by the vent we can feel slightly feel air coming out but not the way it sould be.
 
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Old 05-12-02, 05:03 AM
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Hello JSLADY0996. Welcome to our Heating and Cooling forum and the Do-It-Yourself Web Site.

If little or no air is coming out of the registers, chances are the filter needs to be changed. The filter may be restricted with too much lint and dust. Check it and replace or clean it as needed.

It's also possible the fan blower motor isn't rotating or turning fast enough. The problem may be the fan motor. If this happens to be the case, it will have to be either repaired and or replaced.

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Read the manufacturers online web site for product information, problem possibilities, causes and solving methods, part locations, disassembly, reassembly methods, repair proceedures and instructions, pictorials and schematics, all or part of which may be available online.

An excellent source for orginal replacement parts is your local retail appliance parts store. Appliance parts dealers test and carry replacement parts for all appliances. Parts dealers are listed in the phone book under appliances.

Retail parts dealers can also help determine what the possible problem may be. Bring the make, model and serial numbers if you stop in at the store. The info will help to determine the ignition system and possible problem causes.

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Old 05-12-02, 06:24 AM
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If your air handler/furnace is in the attic. and your filter is clean, I would bet money your a-coil is plugged in your air handler. Its a nasty job most service techs try to avoid(including me when its hot!). Call a hvac pro and specify that you want your acoil checked, preferably early in morning when it is cool in attic. This job can possibly take quite a while especially if there is limited access to a-coil. They may even have to cut open your unit to get access . Good Luck.
 
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Old 05-12-02, 06:42 AM
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if the unit heats ok,

your evap coil could be freezing up restrictiong flow. leave it off for a few hours, then turn it on, if good flow coil freezing
 
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