Question about Amana Comfort Zone 18M33PCEH Air Conditioner
Sorry for my english,
I have installed at home a comfort zone one of Carrier AC and some days ago suddenly didn´t work.
I select the option COOL AUTO, and can see in the zone controller the correct secuence(FAN and COOL) but the AC doesn´t work.
I get the installation instructions manual and follow instructions but all that it say are working ok.(leds on the relay pack are indicating the correct relay closed and voltage is 24 vac).
Could you help me, please
Thanks a lot.
Check the drain line. Possibly tripped by the float switch.
Posted on May 10, 2017
There is a capacitor connected to the motor on the compressor. If it fails, the motor won't start and the safety thermal cutoff will stop voltage at the motor terminals. There are fuses inside the power interrupt box on the side of the outside unit. One of them may have blown
Posted on May 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your description leads me to believe you have 2 thermostats. How long have you lived in the house? Did it work for you lately? Sometimes its just the door switch. If you have to remove it to change the filter or had it off for another reason hold the switch in by hand and try it. then check the door for correct channeling in the grooves provided and see if this is it.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
the e2 error on your thermostat is a problem with the return temp sensor on your system, the only thing you can really do is call a company and replace it, you can't bypass it or remove it cause the system wont run properly
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
The compressor sounds like the springs inside are bad. You can live with this are get the compresor eplaced if it is over five years old buy a new unit. Compressor will cost more than a new unit. Russ
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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