If your AC is failing to cool your home, there could be a problem with the compressor. A compressor burnout can be a very costly occurrence, and before you get there, it is important to look out for problems that could lead to this and have them fixed in due time. There are many reasons a compressor can burn out, but the major cause is neglect. Excess heat in the compressor, for instance, can cause the oil to break down and not produce the needed lubrication. When this situation is not addressed, you may have to replace the compressor or the whole system.
Hardly will a compressor burn out because it has not been properly maintained. What must be maintained is the condenser. With time, the condenser coils can become clogged with dirt and debris, thereby restricting air flow and causing temperatures to rise in the compressor. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2pJ29C9