A drain clog causes my heating to shut off

Recently, I came home to quite a surprise, as it seemed that my heating and A/C were not working at all.

It must have shut off at one point while I was at work during the day and I could not figure out for the life of me what the complication was.

The control unit seemed to be in superb working order, it’s just that the HVAC system refused to turn on. I checked the air filter and it wasn’t undoubtedly all that dirty yet and I had changed it just a couple weeks prior. What sort of complication can my air conditioning be dealing with? I undoubtedly hoped that it wasn’t a giant deal. When I realized that I wasn’t going to be able to figure it out on my own, I went ahead and called out an HVAC dealer. Thankfully, the company came that same day and she managed to find the complication hastily. She discovered that the drain line was all clogged up and it was causing the system to just automatically shut off and not function. I never encountered this complication before, and she explained that every now and then I need to pour a cleaning solution, such as white vinegar, down through the drain line to help keep it free of clogs. This would prevent the complication from occurring in the future. She went ahead and took care of all the problems with the A/C and I promised her that I would do this in the future to prevent the system from shutting down.


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