An air conditioning system is designed to remove heat from your indoor air.
The role of the evaporator is to harness the cold refrigerant in its liquid state. As warm air flows along with the evaporator coils, it captures the heat from the air, making it cool. The cool air is then circulated throughout your home. Two specific components make up the evaporator, the coils, and the core. When issues arise, in most cases, it results from leaks created in between those two components. Because your air conditioning unit requires constant pressure in order to remove heat effectively, a leak is often the leading cause of a malfunction. Like most AC issues, the first sign of a malfunctioning evaporator is poor performance. Besides this, there are more precise signs of a malfunctioning evaporator. To begin with, the cool air is weak, or no cold air is blowing at all. When your AC coil or core is leaking, it will affect the effectiveness of your air conditioning system. The greater the leak, the lesser the cooling capacity. If you notice strange odors when running your air conditioning system, you may want to check your evaporator. When your AC is leaking, a small refrigerant amount will seep from the coil, seals, or seal. This produces a sweet aroma, which intensifies when your air conditioning unit is turned on. When your AC compressor doesn’t activate, it is a sign of a failing evaporator. The compressor works to circulate refrigerant through the evaporator. It relies on a predetermined pressure to operate. Given so, if there is a leak, the pressure is reduced within your system, causing the compressor to malfunction.