Any of the
above are all parts of your air
conditioner that can break and need to be
Unfortunately, the air conditioner never
breaks in the middle of winter (or at least you won't
notice it). It seems that it always malfunctions
on the hottest day of the year,It
is surprising to know that the air conditioner was invented in
the early 1900's. Many of us in southern states couldn't imagine life without
air conditioners. Regardless if your
family uses your air conditioner to keep you cool on
morbidly hot summer days or simply help ventilate your
home to lower the incidence of viruses and other
air-borne illnesses, when it is broken you want your air
super fast and we think that you can fix it
yourself. It's not that hard! At
Life we offer a full selection of air conditioner parts for most major appliance
brands like Amana, Frigidaire and others.
Whether you're looking for a compressor and evaporator, or you simply just need a new knob, Appliance
Life (an affiliate of Repair Clinic) has the parts for you. Simply locate your air conditioner's model number
on the top of this page.
Life only stocks factory authorized air
conditioner parts so regardless the brand name, you can feel confident you're getting quality appliance parts for your air conditioner.
Order your parts
Air Conditioner Maintenance:
Change your filters regularly and use pleated filters. Once a year get your air-conditioners professionally serviced. At that time make sure coils are clean, the condensate drains properly and that the drain pan has no mold.
Parts that are available Amana Air Conditioner Parts
Frigidaire Air Conditioner Parts
GE Air Conditioner Parts
Hotpoint Air Conditioner Parts
Jenn-Air Air Conditioner Parts
Kenmore Air Conditioner Parts
KitchenAid Air Conditioner Parts
Magic Chef Air Conditioner Parts
Maytag Air Conditioner Parts
Whirlpool Air Conditioner Parts
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to make sure that your air conditioner is not a breeding
ground for mold.
Use cleaning product like Safe
Shield or Molderizer to eliminate mold.
Always set the fan mode switch of your air conditioner thermostat in the AUTO position, never in the ON position. When set to the ON position the blower fan runs continuously and the moisture which has condensed on your air conditioner's evaporator coil during cooling is re-evaporated and blown back into your home before it can drain off the coil and out of your home.
This increases the possibility of mold.
Set the summertime thermostat to the highest temperature that is comfortable for you. A temperature of 78 F or greater is recommended. Never lower the thermostat temperature in an attempt to control humidity in your home – this will not work.
Types of Air Conditioners that may
Window/Wall Air Conditioners
Through the Wall Sleeve Air
Heat & Cool Air
Slider Casement Air
Mini Split Air Conditioner PTAC
Portable Air Conditioners
Commercial Portable Air
Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips
The condensing coils on an air conditioner will get very dirty over
time. However, the dirt tends to accumulate on the inside of the coils,
out of sight. It will be necessary to remove the entire cover of the
air conditioner to gain access to the coils. They can be cleaned by
blowing compressed air through them or by using a soft bristle brush to
wipe the dirt off. It is important to also clean any dirt or lint
build-up in the bottom of the air conditioner so the condensate water
will be picked up by the condensing fan slinger properly.Pictures
Air conditioners are outfitted with a filter in the front grill area to
filter the air that passes through them. If your unit has a filter you
should replace/clean it once a month during the cooling season.
Frost on coils
If the outdoor temperature becomes too cool, approximately 60 degrees
Fahrenheit or lower, check the coils on the front of the air
conditioner to be sure they are not icing up. If ice has accumulated,
turn the air conditioner off until the temperature rises. This usually
is caused from running the air conditioner overnight.