We were in Oro Valley (85755) yesterday, between Stone Canyon and Honey Bee Canyon Estates, on a service call to performance service on 2 air conditioning units: a Daikin gas split package, and a Daikin non-gas split. Upon arrival, our customer let us know their thermostat was sending an alert code: it was a code for the outdoor temperature sensor error. We proceeded with maintenance on that unit, and found the sensor connector was almost completely backed off. We reinstalled the connector, cleared the alert code, reinspected the unit and confirmed it was operating properly. As part of the service call, we checked and tightened all electrical connections, verified the refrigerant levels, changed the air filters, checked the compressor running starting amps, checked the fan motor running amps, the current controllers, the blower motor amps. We inspected the blower condition, cleaned and flushed the condensate lines, and water-cleaned the condenser coils. That was all for the first air conditioning unit. On inspection of the second unit, we observed high starting amps: we recommended installing a hard-start kit to ease up the load. Since both units did not have surge protectors, we recommended installing 2 surge protectors. If the unit was hit by a power surge and something blew, the manufacturer’s warranty would not cover the damage. Call us at [phone] to see how our Family Maintenance Plan helps protecting you and reduce costs. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/2NlQzwV
D&H AC has been servicing the N Honey Bee Trail and E Beekeeper Trail area since 1959. We have over 290 installs just in the neighborhood of Honey Bee Canyon Estates.