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Checked system for heating. Replace filter that customer supplied. I also replaced water panel in humidifier. Customer says that breaker trips because of humidifier and she sets water temp to 140 degrees on water heater and breaker for heat shuts off. I looked over all electrical terminals and wiring connections and didn’t see any issues. Blower motor amps and voltage ok. Electrical heating package amps and voltage ok. Refrigerant ok. Compressor fan motor amps and voltage ok. Dual capacitor and contactor were ok. Cycle defrost and check operation. Equipment functioning at this time. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-6E7D-F1717FCFE7BB4B449B98059E8B1792AC
Arrived at customers home and did my meet and greet. The wax ring of the top floor hall bathroom toilet is leaking, Customer would like to replace the wax ring. I pulled the toilet, Replaced the wax ring, and re-set the toilet. I tested my work for leaks and function, all is well. Job complete.
Arrived at customers home and in my meet and greet. I began my inspection at the water heater and made my way around the house. I found that the vent for the water heater was taped together not screwed together and there was a large hole in the tape. This vent is also the wrong size it is 3 inch but a 75 gallon water heater requires a 4 inch vent. Joe and I also found that there is an issue with the flue stack causing it not to vent properly. Customer is going to contact another company about cleaning or repairing the flue stack. I found no other issues during the plumbing inspection. Customer like move forward with replacing the vent from the water heater to the flue stack. I replaced the 3 inch vent with 4 inch vent and tested for function, it is still backdrafting due to the issue with the flue stack. Customer is going to have the flue stack cleaned or repaired. Job complete.
Came out today for no heating call. As I entered the house spoke with a customer and she said they’ve been out of town and then yesterday she said when she got home it was very cold in the house but the customer said she must’ve left the thermostat and cooling mode before they left out of town. Then the customer said to me that she had turned the thermostat to emergency heat and it seem like they wouldn’t heat the house up for a long time. I went and turn the system to regular heat mode for the heat pump system and checked everything over and the system is functioning correctly, but I let the customer know that the reason why it took so long for the heat up is because she had left the system in cooling mode and not heating mode. I also noticed that the outdoor unit was working the heat pumps functioning the indoor units function of the air handler and also found that the electric heat is functioning as well. But I didn’t mention to the customer that the system is 22 years old and it us
11/28/2023: Arrived to replace faulty heater pack kit, and outdoor coil sensor. Installed both, unit is running at 100% now. Went to tender sale, but Mr. Esti said he’ll gladly pay, but would like to talk to the office on why it took 4 visits to remedy the issue. Fuad was the primary tech. Unit is currently running fine no issues. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-6E7D-1295EAB05E9B47D6A298E2383101DC25