More than likely you have no gas. or fan on outdoor compressor failure. Check outdoor fan and see if running else may need gas. Gas can only be bought by refrigeration mechanics with gas license, so need a professinal. If you have lost gas, leak must be fixed first. If in Melbourne, I can help with this service at good prices. 0417 209 552. I'm in Preston and will travel.
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When you mansion water in the pan, do you mean the indoor coil pan or the outdoor catch "pan"? I've seen some models have a drain plug that's on the bottom of the outdoor panel or underneath. And that plug should remain installed. It uses that water to cool the copper freon tube that curves along the bottom of the outdoor section. With plug removed it can overheat. Basically it does not drain onto the ground outside, it retains its water. And the air entering side of outdoor coil is clean? May sound like repetition(forgive me). The side you see clearly is the air leaving side. The dual shaft motor has a run capacitor that may be weakening. And the outdoor air that passes thru the outdoor coil may be recirculating out then directly back in to the unit causing it to overheat. Anything blocking airflow outside? 10 mins of runtime then shouting down tells me its overheating. It may even be the electrical circuit. Loose connections can cause high amperage, low voltage issue and cause the ac load to over amp. Over amp=over heat. Hope this helps!
pull up the front cover the grill looking piece , not the air out louvers , there maybe a little button , push that in if air con starts up , then you remote sensor may be faulty or the remote itself .
Ok the snowflake means that the unit is cooling. The sun means that the unit is heating, the raindrop means that the unit is dehumidifying, the fan means that the unit is using the fan only as ventilation without cooling or heating and the funny triangle looking thing is auto mode where the unit sets the mode automatically. The little bar in the middle displays fan speed and the two little arrow things next to it means that the fan is in auto mode where it sets the speed automatically. There I hope that that helps.
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This unit is use in motels etc. Check the ouside coil ( conderser) from the inside (discharge fan ) for dirt. Most of these units are floor level . This can cause a unit to short cycle ( cold air is at the floor) .
It sound like the heating sequecer maybe have gone bad on the fan coil unit that you have. You need to call the maintenance personnel that does the work where you live or a service company out to repair the unit because since y0u only rent it is their responsibility to provide youp with heat and if by chance that you have a heat pumo unit then you definately want them to get on the roof to fix the problem. Remember to always change oyur filter inside when ever you get your electric bill because even though it's theeir unit it's your electric!