An AC condenser equipment is not 1 component but a whole grouping of multiple parts.
This means if 1 or more of these parts breaks, fails, or suddenly wears out, the entire equipment can fail.
Some of the most regular AC condenser complications generally include a failing control board. A condenser equipment needs the control board to operate for its many components to communicate properly. If the control malfunctions or fails on you, the components of your AC condenser will cease to work effectively. This generally results in complications such as the compressor not switching off and on, which will then ultimately cause a strain that will make your entire equipment fail, dirty components are going to be another regular issue, especially if repair is not carried out officially. Since the expensive condenser in most Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems is located outside, it is normal for the equipment to accumulate dirt and debris over time. With official repair, dirty components seriously do not often become an issue for condensers. However, leaving the dirt and debris hanging on the coil or condenser may cause the a/c to operate inefficiently, resulting in so much wear and tear that may necessitate repairs or system upgradement. Bad relay switches are often also regular in condenser units. The relay switch is a vital component of the control board as it is supposed to be responsible for turning your fan on and off to correspond to your unit’s current on or off position. If the switch malfunctions, the fan will stop functioning properly, suddenly compromising your entire Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system’s operations! The coil may also suffer corrosion, especially in areas near saltwater, or other sources of high pollution.