Information

  • Member Name

  • Service Order

  • Gary Garcia ID# 832972

  • Conducted on

  • Location

1.0 - Capture Model Number and S/N

  • Model

  • Serial

  • Picture of Model number plate

2.0 - Electrical Connections

  • 2.1 - Checked and tighten incoming electrical connection at disconnect

  • 2.2 - Check and tighten electrical connections at contactor, and all other connections, repair as necessary.

3.0 - Motors

  • 3.1 - Inspect condenser for bearing play, loss of oil charge.

  • 3.2 - Identify connections at compressor.

  • If spade terminals are used, remove cover and inspect for loose and heat damaged terminals

  • 3.3 - Ensure plug is pushed in completely

4.0 - Identify dual or separate run caps

  • 4.1 - Measure capacitance

  • 4.2 - Does the value exceed 10% variance?

5.0 - Attach gauges

  • 5.1 - Identify connection ports (I.e. True suction, high side)

  • 5.2 - Purge air from hoses

5.0A - Coil Inspection

  • Outdoor Coil clean?

  • Indoor Coil clean?

6.0 - Apply power

  • 6.1 - Compressor Amp draw

  • Rating

  • Actual

  • 6.2 - Compressor Back EMF

  • Rating

  • Actual

  • 6.3 - Outdoor fan Amp Draw

  • Rating

  • Actual

  • 6.4 - Outdoor Fan Back EMF

  • Rating

  • Actual

  • 6.5 - Indoor Fan Amp

  • Rating

  • Actual

  • 6.6 - Indoor Fan Back EMF

  • Rating

  • Actual

7.0 - Pressure Testing

  • Freon type

  • Low side pressure

  • Suction line temperature

  • High side pressure

  • Liquid line temperature

8.0 - Temperature Split

  • Has the unit been given enough time to reach proper operating levels?

  • Incoming Return Air (dry bulb)

  • Supply Air (dry bulb)

Sign Off

  • Service Technician Signature

  • Customer Signature

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