Official Coleman Evcon central air conditioner parts
Coleman Evcon central air conditioners help keep your home comfortable all year long. Powerful blowers, accurate controls and efficient evaporators in Coleman Evcon central air conditioners typically last for many years. When your Coleman Evcon central air conditioner doesn't cool like it should, trust Sears PartsDirect to have the replacement parts you need to fix the problem.
What to do when your Coleman Evcon central air conditioner isn't cooling
Check the thermostat settings. Make sure the thermostat is set to the Cool setting. Check the temperature setting and adjust it if necessary. If the thermostat isn't working, shut off the house circuit breakers for the central air conditioner and check the thermostat wiring connections. Replace the thermostat if wiring connections are okay but the thermostat won't power up.
Check the house circuit breakers for the outside unit. Reset the house circuit breakers for the outside unit. Check the breaker on the side of the house near the outside unit and reset that breaker if it's tripped.
Change the air filter. A clogged air filter can cause the evaporator to freeze up. Replace the air filter if it's dirty.
Check the condensate drain line. A clogged condensate drain line will cause water to back up in the condensate drain system and trip the drain overflow float switch. The air conditioner won't cool when that drain float switch trips. Clear the clogged condensate drain line to reset the float switch.
Clear debris from around the outside unit. Leaves and grass around the outside condenser unit can prevent the air conditioner from cooling properly. Clear any grass, leaves or other debris from the outside of the condenser unit.
Replacing the wall control thermostat for your Coleman Evcon central air conditioner
Shut off the house circuit breakers for your central air conditioner to disconnect electrical power.
Remove the cover of the existing wall control thermostat. Follow the instructions in the owner's manual for the existing thermostat to remove its cover.
Remove the thermostat mounting screws and pull the thermostat out from the wall slightly to access thermostat wires.
Disconnect the thermostat wires and remove the existing wall control thermostat.
Connect the wires to the new wall control thermostat.
Mount the new thermostat to the wall using the mounting screws. Install the thermostat cover.
Reset the house circuit breakers for the central air conditioner to restore electrical power.