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My outdoor heat will not operate. It is a Carrier 38YRA042330, with a Carrier Thermidistat thermostat and a Carrier Air Handler 40FFKB005300. I have an H5 error code on the thermostat will I put it in Heat mode and raise the setting to call for heating. I changed the air filter on the air handler when I realized the heat pump was not operating. The air filter was pretty dirty. The system will operate in aux/emerg heat mode, with the fan in Auto or On mode, and will maintain the thermostat temp setting. Thanks for your help. James Bowles Newport News, VA

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  • jrbowles1 Jan 25, 2009

    There is no red reset button on this Carrier unit. I used to have a Rudd and it had a reset button and I used it, but this Carrier doesn't have one unless it is really hidden. I also took off the panels and it looked at the power/control panel, but no button in there. Thanks for the help. If you know anyone who knows how to reset a Carrier Heat Pump 38YRA042330.

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You need to go oside and look for a red reset button on the unit. you tripped the high ressure switch when you let your filter get that dirty. go check on this and when your done if it still is not working then ask me more.

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