Question about Heating & Cooling
The external fan is cutting off when the unit is operating in hot temperatures. The blades stop spinning and the cool air stops blowing.
It seems to have a problem operating in temperatures over 38 degrees celsius. No errors are displayed on the unit inside when this happens. Its just noticeable as the temperature inside starts to rise. Is the unit over heating? Is there a switch that gets tripped at a certain temperature which is causing this?
I thought that these units were designed to operate in hot temperatures as that's when they are required. Has any one got any helpful advise?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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