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905-823-4663

Clarkson Comfort Zone Air Conditioning

Air conditioning Service Repair Installation Contractors for HVAC
 

Call 905-823-4663 for air conditioning service, repair and installations
 
Serving Mississauga Oakville and surrounding areas since 1989 this company knows your heating and air conditioning needs. Licensed by T S S A  (Technical Standards and Safety Association) the governing body that control contractors dealing with the safety of gas installations and servicing in Canada. They have licensed HVAC service technicians on staff to repair and service your air conditioning and heating systems.
 
These contractors come highly recommended from residential home owners to commercial contractors.
Check some of their impressive Air conditioning and heating recommendations.
 
This contractor can install and service all your HVAC conditioning needs from two stage variable speed furnace installations to air conditioners with 2 speed fans with ozone friendly refrigerants. This company has fully licensed gas technicians on call for emergency service when your gas furnace or heating system decides to quit working or just needs cleaning. They service and repair all brands of furnaces and air conditioners from major manufactures.
 
 

Air conditioning brands and systems we repair service and install

American Standard, Airco, Airflo, AirPro, Bryant, Carrier, Coleman, Comfortaire, Comfortmaker, Ducane, Goodman, Heil, ICG, ICP, Intercity, Janitrol, Keeprite, LG, Olsen, Payne, Reznor, Rheem, Ruud, Trane, Weatherking and more
 

Service repair and installations of air conditioning and heating systems in

Mississauga Oakville Burlington Etobicoke Streetsville

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BURNER FAILS TO IGNITE AND BLOWER FAILS TO RUN
CONDITION      SOLUTION
No electrical power to the furnace Current overload protector device defective or tripped (circuit breaker)

 

  • Thermostat defective
  • Thermostat wires broken
  • Blower motor defective
  • Blower relay defective
  • Wire off motor
  • Wire off relay
  • Improper ground
  • Thermostat located in high area
  •  
    • Reconnect or replace power source
    • Reset circuit breaker
      Check amp draw from motor according to furnace's specification.
    • Replace thermostat
    • Replace wire or wires
    • Relocate thermostat
    • Replace motor
    • Replace relay
    • Reconnect wire
    • Reconnect wire
    • Clean and secure grounds
     
    BLOWER RUNS BUT FAILS TO IGNITE
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
     
  • Low voltage
  • 12 volt polarity reversed
  • Furnace grounding wires not secure
  • Gas valve defective

     

  • Gas pressure incorrect


     

  • Limit switch defective or wire off
  • Sail switch defective or wire off
  • Burner orifice defective
  • Combustion air wheel loose
  • Burner head adjustment

     

  • Exhaust blocked
  • Air intake restricted
  • Broken or loose wire
  • Motor running slow
  •  
    • Correct Power Supply
    • Correct polarity
    • Clean and secure grounds established
    • Replace valve or valve coil, depending on problem encountered
    • Set pressure to a minimum of 11"W.C. with all appliances running (Replace regulator if not obtainable)
    • Reconnect wire or replace
    • Reconnect wire or replace
    • Clean main burner orifice or replace.
    • Reposition and tighten
    • Reposition and tighten
      Adjust burner according to furnace specifications.
    • Clean exhaust
    • Clean air intake
    • Replace or tighten
    • Check voltage first
      If 12 VDC while running, replace motor
    BLOWER SHUTS OFF AT SAME TIME BURNER SHUTS OFF.
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
  • Faulty relay
  • Thermostat wired wrong
  •  
    • Replace relay
    • Correct wiring
     
    BURNER CYCLING ON AND OFF - BLOWER RUNS CONTINUOUSLY WITH THERMOSTAT "ON"
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
    Restricted return air supply

     

  • Restricted discharge duct system
     
     
     

     

  • Defective limit switch
  • Furnace over fired
  •  
    • Make sure return air meets furnace's minimum requirements.
    • a. Make sure ducting meets furnace's minimum requirements
      b. Make sure there is no excess ducting or    unnecessary bends
      c. Make sure any closeable registers are fully open
         and unrestricted
    • Replace limit switch.
    • Set gas pressure to a minimum of 11"W.C. with all appliances running. Replace regulator if not obtainable
      Also, check main burner orifice, it must comply with furnace's specifications
     
    BLOWER VIBRATES OR IS NOISY
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
     
  • Damaged blower wheel
  • Motor shaft bent
  • Loose motor
  • Restricted discharge duct system
  •  
    • Replace blower wheel
    • Replace motor
    • Tighten motor mounting bracket
    • a. Make sure ducting meets furnace's minimum    requirements
      b. Make sure there is no excess ducting or unnecessary bends
      c. Make sure any closeable registers are fully open and unrestricted
     
    PILOT FAILS TO IGNITE OR STAY LIT
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
     
  • Plugged pilot orifice
  • Electrode out of adjustment
  • Pilot tube defective
  • Piezo sparker defective
  • Defective thermocouple
  • Defective valve
  • Vent kit not sealed
  • MICA window missing
  • Combustion air hose plugged or collapsed
  • Water in propane
  • Burner plate gasket or pilot not sealed
  •  
    • Clean or replace orifice
    • Adjust electrode to furnace's specifications
    • Replace tube
    • Replace sparker
    • Replace thermocouple
    • Replace valve
    • Seal vent where it meets the furnace.
    • Replace MICA
    • Replace combustion hose
    • Add alcohol to the propane bottles.
    • Replace gaskets
     
    LAZY FLAME (yellow)
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
    High gas pressure
     
     
  • Burner out of adjustment
  • Combustion wheel installed backwards
  • Air leakeage at gaskets
  • Low voltage
  •  
    • Set pressure to a minimum of 11"W.C. with all appliances running
      Replace regulator if not obtainable
    • Adjust burner according to furnace specification
    • Reposition wheel and tighten
    • Replace gaskets
    • Correct power supply
     
    FAN RUNS CONTINOUSLY WITH THERMOSTAT "OFF"
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
     
  • Defective thermostat
  • Shorted thermostat leads
  • Defective relay
  •  
    • Replace thermostat
    • Replace wire or wires
    • Replace relay
     
    INSUFFICIENT HEAT
    CONDITION      SOLUTION
     
  • Furnace under fired
  •  
    • 1. Set gas pressure to 11"W.C. with all appliances running.
      Also, check main burner orifice, it must comply with furnace's specifications
      2. Check ducting and return air according to furnace's specifications