Our air conditioning unit was forever tripping the breaker switch that provided its power.
I called the HVAC company several times when our air conditioning refused to work.
They kept telling me it was my breaker switch that was faulty and not the air conditioning unit. I called an electrician, but he couldn’t find anything wrong with our electricity. He said the air conditioning unit had to have a short in its electrical system. I wired the breaker switch for 220 and it should be able to support the entire HVAC system and not just the AC unit. Once again, I was back to calling the HVAC company. I told them I needed to have a HVAC technician come to the house and check the electrical system in my air conditioning unit. The operator argued with me and told me they had previously checked the AC unit and found nothing wrong. I insisted she send a HVAC tech to the house, and I would not quit calling until she agreed. I actually threatened her job if she didn’t send someone over. I was going to call the owner of the company. Two hours later, I had a HVAC technician driving up. He showed me his badge and said he was a new technician with the company. It took about twenty minutes before he found the problem. There was loose wiring in the system, and it was tripping the breaker switch. I thanked him for finding the problem and then I called the HVAC company and thanked them for finally sending a competent technician to my home.