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Bryant Toyo Carrier Air Con unit Model 3 showing faults 001 003 105 will cool but not heat

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  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    I feel this problem is due to a sensor problem on the indoor unit, the outdoor unit is fonctioning properly. NB: this is an industrial installation. On arrival at site the indoor unit was found to be ice logged.After defrosting the unit will still not due a pre heat before going in to heating mode.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    need to know what the faults are for 001 003 105 !

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    mohamed 307, are you replying to a TV problem or my Air Con problem.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    Anyone know where I can buy spares for Bryant Carrier air con?

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    Thanks but I knew all that! I need to know what the fault numbers represent. The unit works perfectly well but will not go into heating mode! Thanks again.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    Cation 007, thank you, I am in UK and can't as yet find an English branch!

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    Cation007, many thanks will try it to-morrow. 18.54 pm here.Alan.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    lectec 1, sorry mate you have got it wrong! there is no igniter or air filter, the heating is created by a three way valve and the evaporater behaves like a condenser.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    Cation 007, thanks mate, you were the most help I can now contact Carriernow I have your information.Am now closing this site, Thank you.

  • allanphillip Nov 06, 2008

    cation 007 was most helpful!

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Hi,
I am not sure where you are from.
If you are in Australia,
You can get spares from here
http://www.carrieraircon.com.au/content.cfm?content=97

If in USA,
http://www.residential.carrier.com/dealers/authorized.shtml
Enter your ZIP code to find the dealer. They can get u the authentic parts you are looking for.


:)

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  • Karthik P Nov 06, 2008

    Alright.

    Here is the link then....

    http://www.uk.carrier.com/Contacts/Spare...



    :)


  • Karthik P Nov 06, 2008

    You can call them at 0870 600 1155
    and let them know what exactly you want ...

    :)


  • Karthik P Nov 06, 2008

    Hi,
    Thanks.

    Could you please change the rating if this worked for you?

    Many thanks,
    :)



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The voltage to the contactor could be low, a wiring connection(s) could be loose. There might be a high pressure, low pressure swith bad. The problem could also be the t-stat, defrost board, or the circuit board in the unit. You are going to have to try and determine what the problem is. There is not one thing that could be wrong, and it will require some searching and maybe some luck.

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You can try cleaning the sensors but if that don't work then they will need replaced

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  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    a dirty air filter can cause problems also, but the ignitor may be faulty , they will need to check it out to find out the exact problem

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    thought this was a 310 model

  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    little confusing when its under a projection tv and no full model # , or is that the #? (3)

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Please make ur doubt and problem in brief

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There is some sort of circuit breaker .

Overload power supply has had tripped the circuit breaker.

You need to check it .

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Its time to get the heat pump for your air conditioner to get repaired or replaced. Please click on the link below which answer about heat pump replacement.

http://www.hrac.ca/pages/consumerinfo/MatchedSystems.pdf

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