How do I lower my AC fan speed?

How do I lower my AC fan speed?

How to Change Air Handler Fan Speed

  1. Locate the air handler electrical disconnect box and disconnect the power.
  2. Using a nut driver, unscrew the air handler cover.
  3. Locate the fan relay electrical terminal and remove the current fan speed wire (normally “high”) from it.

Why is my AC blowing non stop?

A clogged filter essentially “suffocates” your air conditioner because it restricts the amount of air your system can bring in. This is what a clogged filter does to your AC. And if your AC system can’t breathe easily because the filter is clogged, it’ll run non-stop trying to cool your home.

What happens if the blower speed of an AC unit is too high?

If a blower speed is set too high, your AC might not be operating optimally. This is because the evaporator coil will not be able to adequately dehumidify the space in need of cooling. On the other hand, if the blower speed is too low, your evaporator coil is at risk of “freezing.”

Why is my air conditioner not blowing hard?

Believe it or not, something as simple as a dirty filter could be what’s causing your air conditioner not to blow hard. Without getting too detailed, a dirty air filter makes it hard for air to enter into your AC system, which means you’ll be feeling low airflow. Solution: Check your air filter. If it’s dirty, replace it. A frozen evaporator coil.

What to do if your air conditioner fan is too fast?

Both fans have an equal part in cooling your home. If you begin to notice a change in your fan’s speed – it seems too fast or slow – there are 3 key areas to have your Portland air conditioning technician from Clean Air Act inspect on your AC system: Each fan has its own motor.

What happens if air handler blows at improper speed?

This could result in liquid refrigerant floodback that would likely cause compressor failure. It is possible that your AC’s air handler blower is functioning at the improper speed, and to maximize its performance, you should make sure that is not the case.