Are you dealing with an air conditioner that’s not working? Perhaps you suspect a low-voltage wiring problem? Is your blower not turning on? Maybe your thermostat is not working? Regardless of what the specific problem with your a/c is, all of these common issues ultimately lead to the same conclusion - the paralyzing effect of being subjected to unbearable heat. Air conditioners are generally rugged, high-quality products that are manufactured to perform. If your air conditioning is not performing to the best of its ability, you should check any areas of the machine that could be subject to human error. This includes checking any fuses or circuit breakers. Additionally, if a central air conditioner's compressor stops on a hot day, the high-pressure limit switch may have tripped; reset it by pushing the button, located in the compressor's access panel. However, you should be sure that you allow the unit cool down for about five minutes before resetting any breakers. With the demands of summertime in South Florida, being able to recognize and diagnose some common air conditioning problems is critical. This will ensure that, even if you aren’t able to repair your busted air conditioner yourself, you’ll be able to relay the symptoms quickly and efficiently to a professional. Many common air conditioner problems reported by homeowners stem from a combination of faulty installation procedures, improper operation, and poor maintenance service. A central air conditioning system can be repaired or improved by simply closing your home’s windows and outside doors on a more regular basis.