Ductless mini-split systems offer both heating and cooling solutions to your Palm Beach Gardens, FL, home. Continued use of the system without maintenance could lead to malfunctions and even a breakdown. Here are four possible reasons your ductless HVAC system has stopped working:

Refrigerant Leaks

Firstly, ductless mini-split systems use a refrigerant that circulates between the indoor and outdoor units via cables to heat and cool your home. These cables get worn out or damaged by pests, causing refrigerant leaks that lead to reduced efficiency of your system. You can contact a professional service technician to check for any leaks and repair or replace cables and recharge the refrigerant to restore the efficiency of the system.

Compressor Problems

Ductless mini-split systems consist of an indoor air handler and an outdoor compressor that pressurizes the refrigerant. The compressor suffers from various problems that affect the proper working of the system. Hiring a qualified service technician will help to diagnose the issue and resolve it to ensure your system works at peak performance.

Short-Cycling

Your system may be turning on and off too soon, indicating a potential problem. This is as a result of loose wiring or dirt and debris build-up that lowers the efficiency of your system. A service technician can check all the electrical connections and clean the coils to ensure that the system is working properly.

Insufficient Cooling

Finally, you may notice that you are getting insufficient or no cooling in your home. This is a result of a few issues, including loose wires, electrical damage, tripping of the circuit breaker or loss of power. Contact an HVAC expert to troubleshoot your system and fix it to restore cooling in your home.

North County Cooling Inc. offers quality air conditioning repair and installation services. We provide trustworthy and quality services and guarantee 100% satisfaction. Contact us today for all your HVAC maintenance and installation service needs.

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