Ductless air conditioners have seen an increase in popularity over the years mostly due to their reliability and longevity. Just like traditional systems, a ductless air conditioner may experience a myriad of operational and mechanical failures during their lifetime.
At times, however, these units manifest problems with cooling the room, and it’s often due to the blower units. Also called the air handler, this component’s role is blowing air after it undergoes cooling in the system.
If the blower unit malfunctions, then a system will complete the cooling cycle without blowing the air into your home, meaning that it just keeps consuming power.