WAS WONDERING IF THERE IS AN INTERNAL HEAT ADJUSTMENT FOR MODEL NUMBER AJES10DCCM2 . I HAVE HEAT SET TO HIGH ON THE TEMPERATURE DIAL AND CANNOT SEEM TO GET ENOUGH HEAT OUT OF THIS UNIT. IS THER AN INTERNAL SETTING TO TURN UP THE HEAT OUTPUT, AND IF SO- WHERE IS IT?
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A lot of this, may be caused by the temperature setting and where the heater is placed. If the temperature is not set high enough, as opposed the ambient room temperature, it probably only turns ON briefly. Also, if the heater is placed near a heat source or in direct sun light, it's sensing the temperature from those sources, rather than the room air.
Try moving it to a another location and setting the temperature on the unit a bit higher.
Hope this helped you to solve the problem. Please let me know.
Check heater element has power. And also setting temp must be minimum 3 degree + than room temp, with heat mode. If RV system, check power to RV. If not PCB problem. If power to heating element, still no heat, replace heating element. Thanks.
No adequate heat due to wrong setting temp or your RV (Reversible valve) not working properly. Set temp +5 than your room temp and mode in " Heat". And check click sound in reversible valve and also warm in sunction line.
If it's with heating element check power goes heater coil. If not check wiring.
The refrigerant and compressor are related in cooling the room.As for heating problem the thermostat needs to be checked.
if you're used to a certain temperature of air and your heat pump is producing much cooler air, take the following steps. (Note that a heat pump may go into a defrost mode to prevent icing. When this happens, it can temporarily output cold air. Also be aware that the heat pump will have to work harder to produce heat.)
1) First be sure the thermostat is set properly. Try raising the set temperature 5 degrees F. and waiting a few minutes.
2) Be sure the room-heating registers are open.
3) Check the heat pump filter. If it's dirty, change it.
4) Be sure the auxiliary heating elements are working .
5) Clean the coils of the outdoor condensing unit. If still the same problem then thermostat needs to be checked and replaced. Thanks.
Your heater is only a 21K BTU heater. It is not meant to heat a whole house. We don't know how big you house is, however a 21K heater will not heat 4 or 5 rooms. The best you could expect out of a Rinnai 556 would be to heat a couple of rooms that are next to each other. You will never be able to heat rooms in your house that have doors or are down the hall a ways.
the unit runs all the time because of the fan (ventilation motor)-but it is not working on cooling or heating all the time - The ventilation motor pushes the air from the room through the machine and when the termostat is reading that you set it up for cooler air or warm air it will turn on the air conditioning part or the heating part of the machine-it is very good system actually
Here's the deal: If your Vitodens 100 has outdoor temperature sensing capability, either built in or via external aftermarket control such as Tekmar or other, and the temperature outside is above warm weather shut down (WWSD), then the boiler will not operate for space heating, but will operate to make Domestic Hot Water (DHW) only. Generally speaking WWSD is facoty set at 20*C, since this is normal room temperature so the boiler will not need to operate at temperatures above this number as it is warm enough outdoors to heat the house to comfortable levels.
If your Vitodens 100 does not have outdoor temperature sensing capability then you should check to see if your room thermostats are operational and calling for heat since the boiler is only responding to this on-off control based on room temperature. (turn up your room thermostats)
In both cases you need to make sure that your heating system's distribution pump and zone valves are operating correctly.
In any case you should be calling a heating contractor if you suspect that there is a problem with your boiler and/or heating system.
An 11'500 btu Is appr. 1 ton of cooling capacity or enough to cool approximatly 450 sq ft of floor area. Be sure to read the instructions of course and be sure that all the packaging material was removed that may be restricting airflow. On high you should be able to easily feel the air blowing 10-15 ft from the unit and the air should be dropping about 15- 20 degrees when it exits the unit. So if the room temperature is 85 degrees the air exiting the unit should be around 65 -70. The amount of time it takes to cool the entire room depends on how big the room is and how much and the intensity of the heat infiltrating the room and the number and heat output of appliances and people in the room. Hope this helps you out GL!
I am experiencing a similar problem with my Mitsubishi slimline MSH09TW unit; about 4 years old; It use to give us very hot air now it is giving some what hot air; northeastern USA current temperature about 15F. You think frigid weather in Cranbury NJ could be responsible or some thing else is going on. Please help me if you have some time and knowledge about Mitsubishi heat pumps.