If your furnace isn’t heating in the bitter cold of winter, or your central air conditioner quits in the sizzling heat of summer, you want it fixed–fast. You may be able to quickly get the heater or A/C working again yourself.
Once you’ve determined what’s broken, use the model search bar above to find the owner’s manual and illustrated parts list for your heater or A/C. Our step-by-step repair guides let you see how to replace the part and get the unit heating or cooling again.
The condensate drain line for your central air conditioner can clog with mold and mildew. Water will back up and start dripping below the inside air conditioner unit. Follow the steps in this guide to unclog the drain pipe.