When that wasn’t the problem, I tried to adjust the temperature on the thermostat and I turned it down to sixty-five. I still did not get any good air conditioning. I wanted to make sure there weren’t any electrical problems. Even though the condenser was trying to throw out air, I still didn’t want to rule out that there could be something wrong with the batteries in the thermostat. I even checked the air filters and I ran the vacuum cleaner in the air ducts, but I was coming up with no answer. Finally, I had to admit that it was probably the condenser itself, or the motor that had failed. I called the HVAC company and asked them to come out and look at my air conditioner. He confirmed my suspicions that the motor had gone out. The motor was quickly replaced and it wasn’t nearly as expensive as I thought it would be. I am grateful that he was able to get to our house and fix the air conditioning before the heat wave.