Heating, cooling and air conditioning (HVAC) systems use a number of electronic components and safety measures and procedures to control and manage the flow of current in your system and to ensure that it will not impose any harm to you or your unit. Issues like faulty wirings, loose connections and exposure of broken wires can damage the HVAC system, which may cause your furnace to stop working. It is important to address these problems directly and professionally as it may determine your fate, health, and expenses.
Different types of electrical wires actually supply current to different components of the HVAC system. As the days pass, these wires may lose its original capacity. They may get dislodged or lose contact with its power source, thus resulting in discrepancies on how your HVAC system works. This will also disrupt the current flow to the component in which it detached from, … read full article