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My carrier air con is only blowing cold air and i need the hot

It blows out the cold air but when i put it on the heat setting it is still only cold what could be the problem. My husband could fix it if he knew the problem. im sorry i only know that it is a carrier, the main units are on top of the apartment blocks and we have it vented, with a little control unit in the apartment

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It sound like the heating sequecer maybe have gone bad on the fan coil unit that you have. You need to call the maintenance personnel that does the work where you live or a service company out to repair the unit because since y0u only rent it is their responsibility to provide youp with heat and if by chance that you have a heat pumo unit then you definately want them to get on the roof to fix the problem. Remember to always change oyur filter inside when ever you get your electric bill because even though it's theeir unit it's your electric!

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