Modern Rheem air conditioners are split systems and consist of internal and external units. Their work is based on the transition of the refrigerant from liquid to gaseous state in the evaporator of the indoor unit and from gaseous to liquid in the condenser of the outdoor unit. The evaporator and condenser are main elements of the air conditioners and are called heat exchangers. They must be periodically cleaned of dust for efficient operation. When these parts are depressurized, leakage occurs, and individual parts may need to be soldered. Our contractors can carry out urgent repairs of Rheem air conditioner parts of any complexity.
Nevertheless, there are several steps you may conduct before contacting a professional. It concerns scenarios when your air conditioner is still working, but its functioning is not as successful as it used to be.
Rheem recommends replacing your air conditioner filter every 90 days, and this will ensure the best air quality in your home, save you money, maximize the unit’s efficiency, and guarantee you get the most years from your air conditioner. Here’s a quick guide to help you through the process of changing the filter:
• Shut off power to the unit to avoid getting a shock
• Find the filter, which is usually found in the return air duct
• Remove the old filter by sliding it out of the slot
• Replace the filter with a new one by using the arrows printed on the filter
• Turn the unit back on
In case you need additional help, give us a call at (619) 655-3355 or leave a request directly on our website. You can also order service on an ongoing basis.