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SOURCE: indoor unit runs ok outdoor unit compressor and fan do not start

Hello rfrizzell,

My unit is giving me the same alarm. If you have found the solution, please email me at danielabrewster@yahoo.com

Thank you very much.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: york affinity heat pump installation manual

Go to WWW.YorkUPG.com and search for your model. Should be in the downloads section

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a York electric

according to this manual it is the batteries, Hope this helped Tim:

http://www.ntsupply.com/files/products/RS_9520.pdf

Posted on Jan 14, 2011

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SOURCE: York central unit condenser

Red light usually are an indicator of an error having occured and therefore further usage being dangerous either to the user or to the unit.There are various errors which your unit could have encountered as a result of the day to day usage operations and power fluctuations. But when the redlight is on the circuit board it indicates that the problem is from the circuit board.
Best get an expert to examine the circuit board for any short circuits or burnt out IC and diodes.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

Posted on Jul 14, 2011

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Is the heat pump cooling itself down? It is a combination heat pump/air conditioner wall unit.


If a unit is in heating mode the outdoor unit is in cooling mode (outside always does opposite of indoor) after a while if there is a build up of ice on outdoor coil unit stops and puts hot gas through outdoor coil to clear it. The indoor fan stops to avoid and heat loss in area served buy unit once this has been done and indoor unit coil is hot again fan will start. This is the correct operation of the unit to save against bust could and reduced efficiency

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Thermostat Wiring and Terminal Designations


Here is a list of each common terminal and what their commonly used for. Also listed is what colors are commonly used. NEVER ASSUME these are what you have. Verify all your wires by following each to each piece of equipment. This will help you to be able to match your equipment with the terminal.

- R, Rc, Rh Red wire, hot side of transformer
- C various color wires Usually the common side of transformer
- Y Yellow wire, Energizes the compressor, cooling or heating and cooling for heat pumps
- W White wire, heating for most units
- G Green wire, energizes the fan or blower relay.
- O Orange wire, energizes cooling on most heat pump units
- B Blue and sometimes Orange wire, energizes heat on most heat pump units
- B or X Blue, Black, or Brown wire, the common side of the transformer when the t-stat needs a common. Some brands use B as the common (York, GE, and Trane)
- E Pink, Gray or Tan wires, Emergency heat relay on heat pumps with auxiliary heat
- T Tan or Gray wires, For units with outdoor anticipator reset control (Trane, American Standard, GE, and Carrier)
- W2 Pink, or Brown wires energizes second stage heating on 2 stage units
- Y2 Blue or Pink wires, energizes second stage cooling on 2 stage units
- L Can be most any color, energizes service indicator lamp on units that are equipped with that.

The wires that always cause the most confusion are the B and X wires.
Check out the B terminal first. The NEMA standard for the B terminal to be the heating changeover valve but with some units it is different.

Trane, GE, York and some other manufactures which includes older Honeywell thermostats often use it for the common side of the transformer.
“X” Usually is the standard for common, but just like “B” some manufactures do use “X” or “X2” as the terminal for the emergency heat relay.

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My York Stellar heat pump runs for some time normally. Then the thermostat light starts blinking 4 times (error code 4). However, the discharge line gets normally hot. It will work ok again for a time...


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Make sure G from indoor unit goes to G on thermostat for fan continous fan, if that doesn't work and you have 24 volts to R and C then the t'stat is bad.
For 2nd stage heat or aux.heat, on the indoor unit you need to make sure the wire W2 from the indoor unit goes to W2 on t'stat.
You don't need any wires from W1on the indoor unit to W1 at the t'stat because with a York heat pump Y1 is the contactor which turns the compressor on and you will get 1st stage heat, and for cooling the t'stat will also bring on O which is the (reversing valve) or cooling changeover relay for the cooling mode.
C = common usually black wire
R = hot usually red wire
Y or Y1 = contactor
W1 = 1st stage heat not needed for heat pump
W2 = Aux. heat indoor heat
G = fan
O = Cooling changeover relay
B = Heating changeover relay
L = System monitor
E = Emergency heat relay

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