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My hotpoint eg900x fan oven has a problem. the fan oven no longer heats up, fan is working but no heat. oven works in normal mode

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BIKER T
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SOURCE: Heat mode on trouble

Possibly changeover valve not functioning correctly causing high head pressure and  safety to switch off in protection mode.not the ideal DIY repair.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

the dr
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SOURCE: 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.

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

yalmer
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SOURCE: Carrier Thru-Wall Heater and Air Conditioner won't heat

http://www.residential.carrier.com/support/troubleshooting.shtml
Here is some troubleshooting tips.
Also service available.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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SOURCE: fan runs constantly on cool mode

Simple Question: Did you check to see if the fan switch on the
t-stat is in ON or AUTO? If ON the fan runs nonstop. If in auto the fan cycles with the outdoor unit.
next does the fan shut off if you turn the t-stat to off?
A stuck relay should keep the fan running all the time.
Sometimes if the relay is stuck you can whack the side of the Air Handler and the connection will break.
Sometimes instead of a relay there is a stack switch.
It's a little black stack of 3 disks this is a bi-metal switch.
they do get stuck more often than relays.
The fan relay may be on a electronic board. I don't know for sure without seeing your unit.
Good Luck Phil

Posted on May 20, 2008

SOURCE: Fujitsu inverter ASTA24LCC aircon wont

Check that the gas is not leaking, that would be the most likely cause.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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