Your HVAC circuit board, also referred to as its PCB assembly, governs the basic functions of your air conditioner. A problem with the circuit board can have broad consequences across the rest of the system, and can lead to the overall non-functionality of your air conditioner. ANC Mechanical, Inc. takes circuit board issues seriously, and will gladly provide repair or replacement.
An advanced component of your HVAC, the air conditioner’s circuit board often benefits from complete replacement. If your PCB malfunctions while the AC unit remains under warranty, trust ANC Mechanical, Inc. with the installation of your new part. If your warranty has expired, then you can still count on us for the procurement and installation of your replacement. In fact, for any issues whatsoever with an HVAC circuit board in Des Plaines, IL, call (847) 553-4691 for our expert team.
Troubleshoot an HVAC Circuit Board
In order to determine whether you have a malfunctioning AC circuit board, you typically have to exhaust all other likely causes of problems. Before you order a replacement PCB, make sure that none of these problems led to your malfunctioning AC:
Thermostat: Thermostats tell your AC when its time to turn on or shut off. If you have a problem with your thermostat, your air conditioner will not function properly.
Power Cord: Though it can seem overly obvious, many people miss the all-important power cord as a cause of AC problems. Check to make sure that your power cord has not become unplugged, overly frayed, or plugged into a dead outlet.
Temperature Sensor: Similar to the thermostat, this component regulates the function of your air conditioner through detection of the desired temperature.
If you’ve ruled out the above, then you can probably blame a faulty circuit board. Problems here can result from a few different factors, including:
Water Damage: Internal water damage to your AC can cause the PCB to short-circuit.
Corrosion: An older air conditioner and outside factors can cause a PCB to corrode.
Continual Wear and Tear: General wear and tear, such as heavy use or short-cycling, can damage your circuit board.
Power Surge: As with circuit boards on your computer, a power surge can destroy the PCB on your air conditioner.
Pests: If insects or lizards have taken up residence inside your air conditioner, they can become “fried” on the circuit board and render it inoperable.
Contact Us Today
Our experts stand ready to help you diagnose and repair any problems with your air conditioner. ANC Mechanical, Inc. represents the local experts for problems with an HVAC circuit board in Des Plaines, IL. To learn more or schedule replacement services, give us a call today at (847) 553-4691.