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American Standard Heritage Air Cond. wiring schematic - compressor & fan

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SOURCE: kelvinator split system a/cond

An air handler comes with a low, medium, and high speed wire taps and can only be set through these taps.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Air Conditioner compressor fan stops, Capacitor wired wrong?

Purple should be on "C".
The fan motor may be destroyed now. Switch the wire and see if it keeps running or not.

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Need schematic for an American Standard A/C Model

American Standard and Trane are the same thing. The diagram you want is not complicated at all. Just straight cool unit. American Standard does not put low or high pressure controls on unit. You can get diagram on line At American Standard.com. Just what do you need to know? Very basic unit.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 vw passat air cond blows warm air

Hi there. You have a freon leak in the system. You can charge the system and use soapy water on all joints to find the leak. If a slow leak, just recharge every year. This will get you by till you get the leak fixed.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Fujitsu inverter air cond. just stopped working pr...

It sounds like your inverter is at fault. You will need an inverter tester ( most good service techs will have one ) to prove that the output to the compressor is correct. If the inverter is okay then it will be the compressor at fault with a location error or it is simply seized. A common fault that caused this was the eev remained closed (coil failure ) and caused the compressor to over heat.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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