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Fujitsu AOT30PMAL inverter outdoor unit not working

When I switch it on the outdoor unit tries to start and I can hear the compressor trying to start but it rattels instead, After about 3 min the timer in the indoor unit flashes 13 times. Please help if you know what seems the problem is. Thank You

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  • billhatz Feb 07, 2009

    The unit tries to start and the compressor rattles and after 5 seconds it stops and tries again. It rattles for another 6-8 seconds, starting briefly, and then stops. The error code that flashes is 13 flashes on the indoor unit(red light) and 11 flashes on the outdoor unit. Any help would be appreciated.

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Sounds like your compressor is seized or a start fault. If the unit is under five years old it should be under warranty. Call Fujitsu warranty out to have a look at it for you.
Contact details as follows
http://www.fujitsugeneral.com.au/contact.php

Sorry but either way I think your going to need a part there is very little that I can do unless your in WA.

Hope this helps

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