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Heat Pump

Check and adjust thermostat.

Check to make sure that the indoor & outdoor units turn on.

Replace the air filter or clean if reusable type.

Check bearings & lubricate blower motor if needed.

Check blower belt, wear, tension & adjust as needed.

Check electrical connections for tightness.

Check evaporator coil to determine if it needs cleaning.

Check voltage to unit.

Check blower motor amp draw.

Check electric heaters with amp probe and voltage during heating inspection.

Check condenser motor bearings & lubricate if needed.

Check condenser motor amp draw.

Check refrigerant (freon) level.

Check compressor amp draw.

Check crankcase heater if compressor has one installed.

Check defrost controls.

Check reversing valve operation.

Check coil temperature.

Check condensate drain and pan then advise of any discrepancies.

Perform visual inspection of ductwork and make notes regarding discrepancies.

Check the shape that the total system is in and advise customer of discrepancies.

Completion

Overall Comment / Cost of Maintenance

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Heat Pump Maintenance Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 27

Preventative maintenance inspection checklist for Heat Pump. Keep your heating system in check.

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Audit

Heat Pump

Check and adjust thermostat.

Check to make sure that the indoor & outdoor units turn on.

Replace the air filter or clean if reusable type.

Check bearings & lubricate blower motor if needed.

Check blower belt, wear, tension & adjust as needed.

Check electrical connections for tightness.

Check evaporator coil to determine if it needs cleaning.

Check voltage to unit.

Check blower motor amp draw.

Check electric heaters with amp probe and voltage during heating inspection.

Check condenser motor bearings & lubricate if needed.

Check condenser motor amp draw.

Check refrigerant (freon) level.

Check compressor amp draw.

Check crankcase heater if compressor has one installed.

Check defrost controls.

Check reversing valve operation.

Check coil temperature.

Check condensate drain and pan then advise of any discrepancies.

Perform visual inspection of ductwork and make notes regarding discrepancies.

Check the shape that the total system is in and advise customer of discrepancies.

Completion

Overall Comment / Cost of Maintenance

Name and Signature