I had the most unusual thing happening to our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan in the middle of last summer. Every so often, after running for a while the a/c would just unquestionably shut off. After further looking around, I realized the air conditioning system power source was tripping. The first time it tripped was while I was in a thunderstorm, so I figured that storm had caused the power board to trip. The next time it went down was on a perfectly clear, sunny day, so I thought it must be the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan itself. The next few times it happened I simply would go back on, but then I got to wondering. I seemed to remember that power boxes are often were having issue when a power overload is detected. I realized there may be something happening with our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan that could be a fire hazard if not really dealt with. The afternoons were not getting any nicer, so I called an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation out to figure out what on earth was going on with our air conditioning system. It turned out that a gross air filter was the leading cause of the problem. The connectors in our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan was having to task more to draw cool air through the dirty ac filter. It was having to run more and draw on more and more electricity and thus the air conditioning system power box kept tripping to prevent an overload.