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I have the same aircon ....if the red light is not on pull the electricity plug out then press on to use up residual power then plug cord back in and turn on then press down till you get to 18degrees and the red light should turn on
You should also check the outside unit to make sure the coil is not clogged with dirt or grass clippings and the fan is working. The reversing valve that switches it from cool to heat could also be a problem. If it isn't shifting it will not switch between heat and cool.
there is no fuse on your condensing unit outside. pull the disconnect to kill the power to the unit and take off the removable panel above the 2 service valves. there will be an oval shaped capacitor that is marked herm and fan. there will be a rupture disc on the top that may have ruptured. also inspect the low voltage wiring(will still be hot unless you turn off the switch at your furnace). this low voltage wire operates a magnetic coil on the bottom of the contactor that closes a high voltage circuit to the fan and compressor.
there are some remote that will work any TV,video DVD player VHS player etc about $19.00 instructions are simple to read and understand and will work your system........radio shack i believe has them that's where i got mine and the best feature is it lights up when using it so even in the dark it is beyond functional with ease ...
F9: OUTDOOR COIL PIPE TEMP SENSOR FAULT
F7, F8, & F9 generally related to improper installation of temp sensors
connectors & wiring.
please check the wiring....
and also try short circuiting the terminals at the back of your remote and replacing the batteries
if you find the wiring proper and the above procedures doesnt work... its likely a hardware issue and its recommended you contact the manufacturer....