Between, GA has turned to Comfort Control since 1992 for professional cooling and heating repairs, installations and maintenance.
First and foremost, ensure that your thermostat is set to cool. If it is, look at the temperature to see if it has been changed. If the thermostat is set to off, turn it to heat before turning it back to cool. After a few minutes of waiting for the cooling unit to turn on, check your registers for any cold air blowing out. If you feel cold, you resolved the issue.
If your central air conditioner isn't blowing cold air, check your air filter. Before you begin, make sure your system is turned off. Remove the filter and take a look. Change your filter if you can't see through it because of dirt. Examine the condenser if everything checks out and the filter appears to be clean.
Remove any debris from the outdoor condenser. This area can be cleaned with a vacuum attachment or by gently wiping dirt and grime away with a hose. Do you still have issues with your air conditioner running but not cooling? If this is the case, it may be time to seek professional help.
Repairing an air conditioner costs between $200 and $600 on average, with the average household spending around $400 on clearing the filter, restarting the system, and disinfecting the unit. The low cost of repairs is $100 to repair a faulty thermostat, for example. On the high end, a bad coil leak can cost around $2,000 to repair.
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