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Defrost board contacts in relay chater and do not let defrost

Added new board does the same thing. changed the tstat and checked the wiring still nothing. defrost tstat closed i just can't thing about a nother cause?

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    Danny Clark May 11, 2010

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Is sensor at proper location? try turning sensor ? Ohm sensor as you turn it.

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Unit continues to run in emergency heat when shut off.


If you turn tstat off does it still run. If so you have sequencer stuck. Replace sequencer. Also you may ahve abad defrost board out side. When a unit goes into defrost it will bring on heat so you will not get a blast of cold air. Sometimes the defrost board sticks and keps the heat on. Disconnect white wire at outside unit to break circiut. If hat goes off bad defrost board. You can change that yourself. Keep in touch Rus

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My compressor takes about 30 minutes to kick on in my house


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hey there, it seems you know a little about the troubleshootig. The first thing you need to do is see if the rela is trying to energize by checking for 24v accross the coil while it should be running. I am guessing that with a 1/8 hp this is the condenser fan motor (outside). If you are not getting 24v at the coil is your compressor coming on? You may have a safety switch with a manual reset (usually red button) on the piping under the fan motor or just a broken wire. If this is a heat pump and the relay is located on the circuit board and the compressor is coming on,chances are the board is bad. If you only have 2 stat wires coming into the unit, check for 24v on them wait for any time delays. If it is there and at the coil replace the relay. If the 24v is not outside at all, check iside or try different collor wires, one may be broken. If still no 24v, take the tstat off the wall, turn off both units to kill power, twist the wires from terminals G, Y and R together. This should bring it on. If this is the only way to bring it on, replace the tstat. Also, there may be a float switch in a condensate pan somewhere on the indoor unit. If the pan is filled with water, it will either kill the whole 24v circuit or just keep the outdoor from coming on. Let me know what you find
seth

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Make sure the defrost timer works to
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