Have you been experiencing no air blowing from your air conditioning vents in your home? There can be many reasons for a nonfunctioning air conditioner. Here are some commonly asked questions regarding air conditioner problems that might help you tackle the issue.
When the AC filters are clogged with dirt, hair, dust, and other debris, the airflow through the vents in your home may be reduced, decreasing the efficiency of your air conditioning system. This can also happen if the AC filters are blocked by some furniture placed right in front of the system. To avoid this, be sure to change or clean your AC filters at least once a month and keep the space around your AC free of obstacles.
If you are experiencing weak airflow from vents in the house, check whether it is happening only in one vent or multiple vents. In case only one vent shows the problem, you may be having a problem with a disconnected or leaky duct, a crushed duct flex or a closed damper. On the other hand, if you experience weak airflow in multiple vents, the problem may be blower issues, air duct problems, small or blocked return vents, a dirty air filter, or a frozen evaporator coil.