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HVAC Diagnosing 12 Residential Problems


The objective of this course is using organized methods of troubleshooting. Review of “normal” High Side conditions. Review of “normal” Low Side conditions. Diagnosing system components. Diagnosing 11 common system problems and 1 normal system operation. Organized troubleshooting, know the system. What is it supposed to be doing? Listen to the customer, their observations are very important. Use all your senses, look, touch, smell, and listen. Be logical and analytical, use “If…then…” thinking. “Network”, get input from other techs, or the manufacturer. In this workshop we will be using a diagnostic chart for each service problem by getting system pressures along with superheat/subcooling.

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There are no specific requirements for this course. Individuals who wish to better understand Residential HVAC System problems are encouraged to take this course.

The objective of this course is using organized methods of troubleshooting. Review of “normal” High Side conditions. Review of “normal” Low Side conditions. Diagnosing system components. Diagnosing 11 common system problems and 1 normal system operation. Organized troubleshooting, know the system. What is it supposed to be doing? Listen to the customer, their observations are very important. Use all your senses, look, touch, smell, and listen. Be logical and analytical, use “If…then…” thinking. “Network”, get input from other techs, or the manufacturer. In this workshop we will be using a diagnostic chart for each service problem by getting system pressures along with superheat/subcooling.

To register for this course simply click the link or call 800-992-1910

Important Contacts

To apply for a license, contact:

Tennessee Board for
Licensing Contractors
500 James Robertson Pkwy, 1st Floor
Nashville, TN 37243-1150
615-741-8307
PSI Licensure : Certification
3210 E. Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267
(702) 932-2666 Fax
This is a troubleshooting class for local contractors to help diagnose issues that commonly occur. There is no reciprocity for this course.
This course does not count as Continuing Education credit

There is no exam required

Diagnosing 12 System Problems (TEV and Fixed Metering Devices) is using organized methods of troubleshooting. Review of “normal” High Side conditions. Review of “normal” Low Side conditions. Diagnosing system components. Diagnosing 11 common system problems and 1 normal system operation. Organized troubleshooting, know the system. What is it supposed to be doing? Listen to the customer, their observations are very important. Use all your senses, look, touch, smell, and listen. Be logical and analytical, use “If…then…” thinking. “Network”, get input from other techs, or the manufacturer. In this workshop we will be using a diagnostic chart for each service problem by getting system pressures along with superheat/subcooling.

American Contractors offers a 4 hour course to Diagnose 12 Residential System Problems. Topics covered include : Undercharge of refrigerant, Overcharge of refrigerant, Dirty condenser, Air in the system, Inefficient compressor, Restricted metering device, Restriction in the liquid line after the receiver, Restriction in the liquid line before the receiver, Dirty or iced evaporator, dirty filter, or low air flow, Low ambient control problem, Flooding TEV and Normal operation