Heating, Air Conditioning, Fridge, HVAC/air conditioner vent


I have a central air conditioner system in my home. The problem is the unit blows in 6 rooms by way of vents, in 5 of the rooms the air blows fine from the vents, but in one room there is very very little air blowing from the vent. I tried cleaning the duct but that didn't work. What could be causing the blobkage?


I'm thinking itt May not be a blockage at all. It sounds as though you are
losing air pressure
which is generally due to a poor seal on your duct line, or possibly an attic pest like a rat squirrel has
torn a hole in the duct somewhere.

Do a visual check first to see if there's a large hole. More than likely, it's time to re-seal the duct
system, which most any reputable contractor can do.

Good luck!

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Chuck Best


I can answer most fundamental questions about Air Conditioning and how it works. I can give advice on different services in the DFW area, as well as lend some advice as to pricing systems along with solid opinions as to quality equipment versus sub-standard equipment. I can help educate consumers with regards as to what to look for in a service company, as well as steps they can & should take when considering repairing vs replacing their A/C equipment.


I was the Sr. Sales Technician for one of the most well-established HVAC (residential) companies in DFW for over 5 years. I then became the Dallas Team Leader for another well-established DFW company based out of Ft. Worth. Became the Sales Manager for an area A/C business most recently.

I have written content for several area HVAC (residential) businesses with respect to their Sales Policy manuals. I personally wrote the Sales Training Manual for a well-established DFW area HVAC company.

BS Univ of NM 1985

Awards and Honors
Million Dollar Sales Club; 2009, 2010, 2010, 2011, 2012

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