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Tara, generally that means the filter needs to be removed and cleaned. However, the electric part of the unit must be turned OFF and unplugged, before the filter is removed for cleaning, The unit should remain that way, until the filter is replaced. Then plug the unit back in, turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to ON and the unit will revert back to its original factory settings. From there, you can set it however you like.
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most gas furneses have a red light on circuit board wich is located on intake. turn heater off then have someone turn it back on while you watch the circuit board. count the # of times the red light flashes before it pauses. it will flash in a cycle. for instance it flashe 3 times then pauses for 5 secounds then flashes 3 times again on and on. look on the back of the panel cover,their will be a diagram, in the diagram their will be dianostic report that will include what that # of flashing red light and what it means. for examle 3 flashing red lights ps stuck open. that means pressure switch stuck open. replace the part and your back up and running.
Just to explain each flashing light is telling us something. These units display error codes to us by which light flashes. The only fault that makes all lights flash is if there was a power failure whilst the unit was operating. I sort of doubt this one being the cause unles the actual power lead to the unit or the electrical plug itself is dodgy. I need you to be certain of which lights are flashing, the ones between the high and low marks are the important ones, each one means a different thing. My gut feeling is this is not a simple problem and will require a good technician to physically sort it out. I always recommend getting these serviced and cleaned every year anyway. Even if I could tell you whats wrong, it's very unlikely that it would be a simple fix for a DIY person.
Hi, what you need to do first is to go to the indoor unit and remove the panels where the beeps you are hearing are located. If the power shuts off when you remove the panel, you will have a panel switch located around the perimeter you may have to tape down to restore power while you check it out. You may have a chart on the panel glued to the inside or somewhere that may tell you what is going on according to how many beeps or led light flashes. The condenser coil outside may be shutting off on high head pressure due to it being dirty. You can use a water hose and cut power, and wash the coil out good. Be careful not to use to much pressure or you could bend the aluminum coil. If you are getting two beeps from the indoor unit, and it will not start, it should say on a chart what this means. Make sure your filter is clean. This unit is shutting down on a safety due to something going on, this is why you need to service it, clean coil, make sure filter is clean, Make sure your high voltage connections at all breaker boxes and fuse box at the outdoor unit are good and tight. They may be loose causing the unit to draw to much amperage. Start from the basics and see what happens. It doesn' sound like a internal problem, but I won't rule this out. Do the things as i have asked and we will go from there. Keep me posted. Sincerely, Shastalaker7 A/C, Heating, and Refrigeration Contractor.
Count the flashes before a pause. A steady on is bad ground or loose igniter. 2 flashes is either low gas pressure, bad flame sensor, gas valve wires loose or bad ignitor. 3 flashes is a bad pressure switch, or blocked vent. 4 flashes is a bad roll-out switch or open contact. 5 flashes is bad wiring to gas valve or flame sensor, 6 flashes is either a bad control board or bad thermostat.
Sounds like you may have a similar problem that I have. I found a cable that attaches to the remote receiver melted to one of the gas pipes behind the panel. Poor design, should have been insulated. My heater just beeps, with red light flashing.
I just posted looking for the phone number for the company. Lost my manual, and need to contact them. Can anyone help?
E13 means no ignition during the ignition part of the cycle. It could be no fuel in your tank, or a blocked flue pipe, or possibly a bad igniter. If you have some idea the tank is empty I would start there. If its empty have it filled. You, the home owner should be able to change the filter. If it's just out of fuel you should not have to call a repairman to look at the heater.
turn off power and wait few minutes.restore power.led lights should flash.need to count how many flashes b4 starting over.should say on inside of door what the flashes mean.if not let me know and i will find out
just wanted to say that I am having the same problem. I turn it on and it stops working. When I push the power, it only lights up for a second and beeps and then goes off. Is there a solution to this yet?
I think the company owes us an explanation. I have already tried to plug it in to different outlets and still get the same results.
I had the identical trouble with my Rinnai 431F just now & read the unanswered posts.
I checked my intake & exhaust & found them connected & intact then went out to check the exterior vent assembly. The "bell" or dome was almost entirely clogged with ice.
I suspect the 60 - 76 lights flashing means insufficient combustion air.
Anyway, I took a hair dryer to it & in 10 minutes it was working as well as ever.
This won't help you October posters but if anyone else has this problem in the future I would start with the outside vent assembly. Get a good look right up inside because I would have missed this ice if I didn't get up close with a flashlight.