White 'dandruff like' flakes blowing from front & back of air con
Our air con is wall mounted split cycle. Even without it being turned on, it is 'leaking' white flaky substance from the back. When turned on, it blows this substance as well.
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Re: white 'dandruff like' flakes blowing from front &...
This stuff is mold and mildew that builds up in the blower and evaporator section of your unit the unit needs to be cleaned out i'm not familar with this particular brand so I cant tell you how to pull it apart but since it is a split system this means the freon lines will most likely have to be pulled loose. you may try removing the covers and vacuming the unit as well as you can and possibly blowing it out with compressed air. aside from that I would recomend alling a qualified service comapny. good luck peyton
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This is a "PFC circuit abnormal" in the outdoor unit meaning that the outdoor controller board is faulty. Try turning the machine off at the isolator switch for 10 mins, then back on to see if the error resets. If not you will need a new controller PCB.
might i give a suggestion my daughter has serious exema on her scalp and causes some dandruff flakes from time to time she is only 12 i have found a wonderful product for her at walmart which relieves the itch and the flaking its a neutrogena t-gel its sold at all walmarts and in northeast i can the bottle being like 12 bucks where now im in hawaii and the price is only 6 its about the only thing here that is that cheap dandruff is usually removed with an amount of coal tar 2.5% the walmart version is called equate therapeutic shampoo if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations Thanks Rick
Examine the condenser. The condenser pushes the air and expels the warm
air from the air condition to the house.
Also check the fan heater on your system to see if it is functioning, because if it is not, it will circulate the heat from the unit to the house, in this case,it will need to be fixed. also check if the thermostat on the unit is regulating because if it is not regulating, you will not get the house to warm due to bad thermostat, check to ensure it is regulating, if not, replace it, it might be defected because that is the key to regulate the unit. so pay attention to it to see if it regulating the unit, if not, replace as advice.
On the remote, press the mode button (might also be labelled master control) until a snow flake appears. Then set the temperature for 23 degrees. The speed of the fan can be changed by the fan button. All functions should cycle through so if you go too far, just keep pressing the button until you get back to the desired setting.
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) .