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July 05, 8:52 AM [GMT -5]

My A/C unit was so noisey that we had trouble hearing the TV in the room adjacent to the outside unit. I had a repairman out to quiet it down and as soon as he walked around the corner he had the problem solved.

When my house was constructed the builder installed a hanger bracket on the top of the foundation so the outside unit could be installed before the dirt had settled around the basement walls (saved him time on the site I guess). This bracket was transfering the vibration from the unit to the foundation and my outside wall.

All I had to do was pour a slab near the outside unit and the A/C man came back out and moved the unit from the bracket to the slab. NOISE PROBLEM SOLVED!

May 09, 11:51 AM [GMT -5]

try loosining the childrens shackels.... but not so loose that they escape

then poop in your vents

April 26, 1:28 PM [GMT -5]

Thank you so much for this information. Our air conditioning system just started sounding a little louder. http://jackfrostheatingandair.com We were worried we would have to get a whole new system but we were able to fix the problem with your tips. It was just a leaf stuck in the fan. Thanks again!

April 26, 1:28 PM [GMT -5]

Thank you so much for this information. Our air conditioning system just started sounding a little louder. We were worried we would have to get a whole new system but we were able to fix the problem with your tips. It was just a leaf stuck in the fan. Thanks again!

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