If your thermostat isn’t giving a sign to your equipment to start, it won’t turn on.
The main point is checking it’s on “cool” and not “heat.” Otherwise your AC may not turn on. Or you might receive. warm air coming from vents being the heater is going instead.
If you rely on a traditional thermostat:
- Replace the batteries if the readout is empty. If the monitor is presenting scrambled letters, replace the thermostat.
- Check the correct setting is showing. If you can’t alter it, cancel it by decreasing the temperature and hitting the “hold” button. This will force your AC to work if scheduling is not right.
- Test setting the thermostat 5 degrees colder than the house’s temperature. Your AC won’t cool if the thermostat is set the same as the space’s temperature.
Once your thermostat is adjusted properly, you should receive refreshing air quickly.
If you have a smart thermostat, including ones produced by Nest, Ecobee, Lux, Honeywell or Bosch, check the manufacturer’s website for troubleshooting. If you’re still having problems, contact us at 928-432-6018 for support.