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Is it ok to clean the lower part of th A.C. unit where the air first passes through with a toothbrush to get it all cleand out?

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Carrier fa4anf030


Sounds like the reversing valve is the problem
The reversing valve is located near the compressor
It has four copper tubes coming from it
On this valve there is a solenoid which makes the valve open or close
You can check this by placing a strong magnet on it while the system is running which will activate or de activate the heating
You should hear a swoshing sound if it's working properly each time you remove the magnet if this doesn't happen it will need to be replaced by a licensed refrigeration technician if it does work you may have a gas leak which will require a friggy as well

Jan 04, 2014 | Carrier Computers & Internet

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I HAVE A RADCO #FB4ANFO36,, UNIT IS BLOWING BUT THERE IS NO HEAT. IS THERE A HEATING ELEMENT IN THESE UNITS?


Apparently not-

I did a search for this model, and there is NOTHING on the internet about it!

You could probably tell, by looking at the name-plate information-
If there were heaters-- the name plate data should say both the amps and the watts of any elelctrical load. (And by the way-- that would take a bigger service to it, too!)

So-- Did you get the air bled out of the oil feeding the Oil burner pump yet?

Mack B

Jan 18, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Coil and fins start ice up


The fins are dirty. They need to be washed every year or two with an acid based cleaner. They MUST be rinsed completely.

Jul 21, 2009 | Carrier 38CKC030 Air Conditioner

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AC blower runs but compressor will not.


It could be the CONTACTOR. It could be dirty and when the system calls to run, the contactor won't make contact and complete the circuit. Worse case scenario, compressor is siezed up. If you hear a clicking noise at the condensing unit where the compressor is located, that could be the overload protector clicking and breaking the circuit if the compressor is seized up. Good luck. I hope it is a contactor or a capacitor.

May 31, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Carrier air conditioner problem


My Carrier unit did the same thing. It was low on refrigerant (Puron in my unit). I am worried I have a leak somewhere. Hopefully, it is not in the coil. The service call wasn't cheap either. Puron runs around $10-15 a pound and mine took several pounds to replenish.

Aug 01, 2008 | Carrier 38CKC036 Air Conditioner

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Carrier central ac model 38EN036300


If you have an electronic thermostat, they can short out, leaving the compressor running. Also, the big relay that runs the compressor can get its contacts welded together. See if the contacts are stuck closed.

Jul 27, 2008 | Carrier 38CKC036 Air Conditioner

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Intermittent heat


It sounds like the unit has lost its first stage of Heat (It uses the outside unit to bring heat in with freon) When the thermostat is put 3deg higher than room temp it uses Heat Pump and heat strips, this is probably the only time yours heats. Have it checked as you will pay a lot on next month's electric bill.

Jan 19, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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Replaced thermostat on FA4ANF030 with Honeywell model rth3100c does not work


if you have a newer t-stat your heat pump reversing valve is either o or b depending on the type of system you have

Dec 02, 2007 | Heating & Cooling

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A.C. unit


One of the cause of water dripping in the indoor is restricted drainage. To Identify if your drainage is restricted.
- Turn "off " the circuit breaker and take out the face cover of the unit.
- Turn "on" the circuit breaker and start the unit, wait until the unit drips.
- When the unit dripped check the drain pan if overflowed with water.
- If the drain pan is full of water you need to flush the drainage with water to remove the restriction. If the pressure of water in your area is high you can use your garden hose to flush the drainage.

Another is dirty evaporator fins (icing), dirty drain pan, broken drain pan or incorrect installation.

YOU CAN LOCATE THE DRAINAGE AT THE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE DRAIN PAN
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Aug 16, 2006 | Carrier IBM UNIT 2380 79F4796 Drive Case

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