Presentation on theme: "Welcome to: Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair Course."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to: Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair Course
Agenda Your Roles and Responsibilities in Air Conditioning Maintenance & Repair. Air Conditioning Safety. Tools & Equipment for Air Conditioning Repairs. Refrigerants & Their Special Properties. The Air Conditioning System. Simple Fixes. Refrigerant System Repairs. Electrical System Repairs. Air Distribution System Repairs. Key Takeaways, Action Plan, and Wrap-Up.
Before We Start This is a two day course, with two 15 minute breaks and a one-hour lunch each day. Your full participation is greatly appreciated! You will be using your Resource Guide Watching in-class demonstrations & videos Having group discussions Completing a few hands-on activities Completing the online course The Future of Air Conditioning in the Apartment Industry.
Other Housekeeping Items Locations of Restrooms. Emergency Exits. Kitchen and/or Break Area. Vending Machines. Registration. Smoking Area. Turn pagers and cell phones off. Get comfortable. Be open minded and have fun!
Your Roles and Responsibilities in Air Conditioning
Air Conditioning Safety Rules: 1. Turn Power Off 2.Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 3.Follow Lock- Out/Tag-Out Procedures
Air Conditioning Safety Rules: 4.Handle Refrigerants Correctly. 5.Use Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS Sheets). 6.Keep Tools & Equipment in Good Working Order.
Key Tools for Air Conditioning Repairs Basic Hand Tools Specialty Air Conditioning Repair Tools
Refrigerants and their Special Properties
The Air Conditioning System
Refrigeration Cycle in an Air Conditioning System
Key Parts of an Air Conditioning System
Cleaning the Condenser
Replacing a Filter
Cleaning the Evaporator Pan and Drain Line
Tightening Loose Fan Blades
The Super Heat Method
The Sub-cooling Method
Evacuating and Dehydrating the System
Group Discussion on the Refrigeration System
Electrical System Repairs Power Sources Input Power Distribution Circuits Control Circuits Load Circuits
Measure the Input Voltage
Test Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Check the Thermostat Operation
Check the Compressor Motor Start Relay
Check the Start and Run Capacitors
Test the Compressor for Open or Shorted Windings
Test the Compressor Motor for Grounded Windings
Identify Unmarked Compressor Terminals
Check the Fan Motor Run Capacitor
Test Fan Motor for Open, Shorted, or Grounded Windings
Two Types of Blowers
Add Pictures from Instructors Resource Guide Page #58
Test a Blower Motor
Replace a Blower Motor
Air Conditioners with SEER 13 Ratings
Air Conditioning Problems and Solutions
Supplemental Online Training Dont Forget… Take the Online Training for this CAMT Course!! To continue your education. To acquire more knowledge and skills for CAMT Designation test and for work. Takes approximately 45 minutes. You can take it from any computer with access to the Internet. Go to the following web site: Type the ID and password your received here.
Thank you for being a part of todays Air Conditioning Repair and Maintenance Course!!