Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
SOURCE: I need to adjust the
If you mean the ambient lockout switch it shpopuld be oin the outside unit and all that you will need to shut off is the outside condenser before you open the panel. ther is a disconnect that you will have to throw either right by the unit or inside of a main breaker panel.. Hope that this helps and Thanks for using Fixya
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
SOURCE: seal for roof top ac unit
I just spoke with the mechanic at my RV dealership and he said the sticky side goes on the a/c unit. You only have to turn it on it's side to do this. Just wait 1 hour after re-installing the unit on your RV before turning it on.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have 2 dometic roof
Hi, unit # 2 sounds as though the run capacitor may be open, shorted, ect.When you say you changed relay, I assume you were talking about the capacitor. If the motor didn't run when you changed it, you do have a bad winding, or open as it just hums. Unit number one may just be the stat switch is only wired to high, or they only have a single speed motor in the unit. You will need to see on the side of the motor or see how many leads are coming off the motor to see if it is a 1, 2, 3, or even 4 speed motor and go from there. It should be a 3 speed to run your heat and a 3rd wire for a spare, capped off. Please let me know if you need more help. I know your condenser fan motor is faulty if the run cap is good, even though the shaft spins free.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2010
SOURCE: i have a dayton fuel
It sounds to me like your draft motor is probably shuttimg off on thermal overload. They will get to hot and shut down until the motor cools down then run again.But by that time it's caused other trouble so I think you need to replace the motor first and then see what other problems it has caused.I hope this helps you and thanks.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
SOURCE: 1998 Class "C" - 600
most likely cause would be a seized compressor, but try this remove the cover from the a/c unit and make sure the fan on the condenser is not sized up if the fan is free then you will most likely have to have the compressor replaced, and on most of these units it is cheaper to replace the unit then have it repaired.....good luck
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
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