It happens - summer comes, the valley heats up, you turn on the air conditioner after a few months of mild weather and ... nothing. When your air conditioner quits on you, Murphy's Law says it will be on a record-high temperature day.
But before you panic and call an A/C repair company, there are some things you can try first that will help you troubleshoot your system. It's true, there are some things only a licensed professional can repair, but you might be surprised - sometimes the solution is simple.
If these troubleshooting steps don't solve the problem or if you see visible signs of damage, you'll want to contact a residential HVAC contractor to help you.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure you check the warranty on your unit before attempting repairs or contacting an HVAC contractor if you are unsuccessful on your own - you definitely don't want to do anything that would void your warranty.
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