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Located a few miles outside of the outer belt on the west side of the city, Galloway, Ohio was built on land that was originally owned by a Revolutionary War veteran. The area is known for it’s vast farming land and parks including Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park.
Sears Heating & Cooling is proud to be the dependable name for HVAC repair in Galloway, Ohio. Find out why we’ve been held in such high esteem since we were founded in 1950 from our local reviews below.
Common HVAC Repairs
Although there are many different things that can go wrong with your heating and cooling system, there are several issues that we deal with more than others. These troubles include strange noises or smells, no hot or cold air being produced or water leaks inside. Be sure to check your filter on a regular basis to ensure it’s not contributing to the problem. The number one cause of HVAC breakdowns is dirt and debris.
Are Your Repairs Warrantied?
Of course! Each heating and cooling repair that we complete comes with a warranty to give you peace of mind. The length of warranties offered range from 30 days all the way up to 2 years.
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2014 rheem air handler. Customer mentioned motor sounding louder than normal, started yesterday. Found issue to be with high static pressure due to extremely plugged furnace filter causing motor to run hard. Customer changed filter. Loud unit to run for 10 minutes motor is stable and no longer loud. Customer said he change the filter last week very surprised it was plugged as it was. Recommended having ducts cleaned. Gave information for fresh air corp. Has been quite sometime since system has been serviced. Offered cleaning on page hk5. Customer declined at this time. Outdoor unit has never been cleaned. Recommended getting it serviced before the start of air conditioner season. All okay at this time.
2000 trane gas furnace. Found circuit board showing code 4 for open limit switch. Found flame roll out tripped. Reset and furnace returned normal operation. Found voltage to igniter dropping and igniting the gas late causing flame rollout for a brief second. Igniter slightly out of specs. Tested with new igniter and it did not change. No water backing up into collector box and drain. Lines are clear. Pressure switch tubing is clear. Bypassed pressure switch and did not change. Lit gas manually to fire up system and perform combustion analysis. During test when blower motor came on carbon monoxide is flue pipe began to rise and went over 1000 ppm before I shut furnace down. Let customer know there is either a cracked primary heat exchanger or a corroded secondary heat exchanger. Offered to get a price on repairs as well as an estimate for replacement. Customer would like an estimate. Jamie scheduled out to give estimate. Shut off gas at shutoff and shut power off at disconnect and red
1994 Lennox gas furnace. Found flame sensing having issues. Large amount of carbon buildup on sensor. Inside of system is quite dirty. Found voltage absorption system for blower motor out of specs and leaking oil from seam. Provided customer with options on page hk5 for repair. Customer chose hk5b to cover both concerns. Cleaned system throughly. Removed burners and cleaned. Cleaned flame sensors with steel wool. Cleared barometric tubing. Wiped down inside of system. Replaced voltage absorption system. Tested combustion, passed. All okay at this time.
2003 comfortmaker gas furnace. Completed mechanical, safety, and performance test on furnace. Inducer motor humming very loud and consistently. Motor is also running at amps higher than shown on the data plate. Motor is near possible failure. Transformer is making a lot of buzzing could be a sign of possible failure of the transformer. Transformer is mount well so it is not vibration. Discussed everything with customer and he will keep an eye on it and call us if he has any issues. All okay at this time.
Performing maintenance on a 1993 trane gas furnace.
Completed mechanical, safety, and performance test on furnace. Upon starting up unit to test combustion, received no light off. Found 24 volts being sent from board to gas valve. Ignition system lighting, pressure switch closing. Tapped on gas valve a few times with handle of nut driver and unit fired up. Let customer know solenoid is getting stuck on gas valve and may cause issues this winter season. Also found the ignition system out of specifications. Customer would like hold off on any repairs at this time and will see what happens. All okay at this time.
1998 trane gas furnace. Completed mechanical, safety, and performance test on furnace. Found concern with ignition system very worn and out of specs. Also voltage absorption system for blower motor is very low and could possibly fail. Provided options on page hm2. Customer chose hm2c. Replaced ignition system and voltage absorption system with upgrades and cycled unit. All okay at this time.
2006 carrier air conditioner needing ac repair. Customer mentioned unit was freezing up. Left off through the night. Found unit low on charge. Found Schroeder core slowly leaking refrigerant. Offered option on large hj1 for repair. Customer chose hj1a. Charged system to 11 degrees sub cooling and replaced Schrader core. Cycled unit. 19 degree temp drop. All okay at this time.
Troubleshooting a failed capacitor on a carrier air conditioner
Troubleshooting a comfort maker HVAC system after a main incoming power issue to house.
2014 comfortmaker air conditioner. Customer mentioned unit was freezing. Filter clean. Check refrigerant charge and found unit severely low. Tested for leaks and found leak to be in evaporator coi. Offered options for repair on page hl1 and hj7. Chose hj1a. Replaced coil and liquid line filter drier. Pressure tested system with nitrogen at 260 psi and half for 10 minutes. Vacuumed system down to 430 microns. Charged system to 10 degrees sub cooling. Cycled unit. All okay at this time.
Indoor air movement system is running but it’s starting to fail. Chose bottom option and replaced. Tested and system is getting a 22 temp split in air flow. Checked ac. Still running
Performing maintenance on a 2005 Goodman air conditioner.