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Allied Repair Services provides Home Appliance Repair Services in following areas and surroundings in Georgia

Alpharetta
Bethlehem
Clarkston
Dawsonville
Gillsville
Lawrenceville
Marietta
Peachtree Corners
Snellville
Tate
Woodstock

Atlanta
Braselton
Cumming
Decatur
Grayson
Lilburn
Murrayville
Pendergrass
Stone Mountain
Tucker

Auburn
Buford
Dacula
Flowery Branch
Hoschton
Loganville
Norcross
Roswell
Suwanee
Waleska

Ball Ground
Canton
Dahlonega
Gainesville
Jasper
Marble Hill
Oakwood
Scottdale
Talmo
Winder

{ Contact us: (470) 301-6892 }
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Wall Air Conditioner Repair and Service

 

 

We repair and service Wall Air Conditioners of all brands. Whatever is the Problem with your Wall Air Conditioner we are always the No 1 Appliance Repair Company in Forsyth County, Gwinnett County and Fulton County Georgia! Your appliance is your investment and must be treated with extra care, ALLIED REPAIR SERVICES will always take care of your Wall Air Conditioner and other home appliances in a better way. So give us a call instead of buying a new Wall AC and save the money for other important things in your life. We work 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK so our expert Wall AC repair technicians are always ready to take care of your machine at any time or any day of the week.

 

Also take a quick look at our Wall AC service and troubleshooting tips. These tips are effective for almost any Wall AC brand. We will still advise you to consult with ALLIED REPAIR SERVICES expert technician first.

 

1. If the unit is not running then please confirm that the wall plug is inserted properly and circuit breaker is not tripped.  Sometimes simply the power is off. If everything is fine with power then it may be a bad thermostat that should only be fixed by a professional technician.

 

2. If the air blown out is not cool, Turn off the air conditioner and remove the front grill. If it is held by clips then pry it off with a putty knife, or use a screwdriver if it is screwed in place.

 

3. Unplug the air conditioner and slide it out of the window cabinet and place it on a steady table. You may need a helper to move it out.

 

4. Locate the mesh filter. Mesh filter covers the radiator like fins on the air conditioner's evaporator coils. Remove the mesh filter and wash in warm and soapy water to remove any mold. Scrub the mesh with a soft brush. Rinse the filter with clean water in order to remove soap residue. Drain out the excess water by shaking and place on a slope to dry.

 

5. Take an old toothbrush and scrub the evaporator or condenser coils to clean out any clogs, you can also do it by vacuuming.

 

6. If you see any fins on the coil is flattened or bent then use a fin comb normally available at appliance stores by running it up and down straighten the fins.

 

7. Now find the condenser coils that are located on the other side of the air conditioner. Take an old toothbrush and scrub the condenser coils to clean out any clogs, you can also do it by vacuuming.

 

8. If you see any fins on the coil is flattened or bent then use a fin comb normally available at appliance stores by running it up and down straighten the fins.

 

9. Use the vacuum and remove any dirt from inside the unit also clean the fan blades.

 

10. Slide the unit back into the hole carefully and reinstall the filter and front grill. Insert the screws to reassemble the unit. Plug in the machine.

 

11. If this does not work and air is still warm then most chances are that compressor is bad, call an ALLIED REPAIR SERVICES expert technician.

 

12. If the unit is not blowing air then most chances are that the fan motor is blown, call an ALLIED REPAIR SERVICES expert technician.

 

13. Always fix your machine leaks by unclogging the drain with a screwdriver.

 

14. Always clean dirty air filters in order to prevent ice buildup on coils. Other way of defrosting the coil is by turning the unit to the fan position and let it run until the ice melts from coils.