I had the weirdest thing happening to my Heating, Ventilation and A/C method in the center of last summer. Every now and then, after going for a while the air conditioner would just absolutely turn off. After looking around, I realized the air conditioning system circuit breaker was turning off. The first time it went on was while I was in an electric storm, so I figured that lightning had car nearby and caused the breaker to stop. The 2nd time it happened was on a perfectly nice, sunny day, so I figured it must be the Heating, Ventilation and A/C method on its own. The next few times it happened I simply turned it back on, but then I got to wondering. I seemed to remember that breakers are often turned off when a power overload is found. I realized there may be one thing going on with my Heating, Ventilation and A/C method that could be a fire issue if not officially handled in the home. The days were not getting any nicer, so I called an Heating, Ventilation and A/C serviceman out to figure out what is going on with my air conditioning system. It turned out that a gross air filter was the leading cause of the problem. The fan motor in my Heating, Ventilation and A/C method was having to go for extra hours to draw cool air through the dirty air filter. It was having to run more and pull in more and more electricity and thus the air cooling system circuit breaker will keep tripping to prevent an overload. I felt stupid for letting a dirty air filter cause this.