Question about Carrier 38CKC042 Air Conditioner
The carrier unit runs fine for a while then stops and the `unit on' led flashes 4 times then repeats the 4 flashes and so on
model 42G250HF-1 i turn off the condensors breaker reseting the unit and then it works for a while 20 min to a few hours
This problem is outdoor unit issue. Blinking 4 times in carrier highwall unit means Compressor drive malfunction. Possible cause are the following: - Stuck up or grounded compressor. - Magnetic contractor in outdoor unit is defective or indoor unit relay supplying outdoor unit is defective. - No power supply going to outdoor unit.
Posted on Dec 06, 2011
The fin coil sensor is either badly conected or spoilt so u replace it
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
As i am a mechanic in sydney australia, i can honestly say that the chance of you getting help via carrier is very very slim... the reason it is doing that is that it has a legitimate problem unfortunately i have a carrier 42g250h which is flashing 4 times aswell... i have been waiting now 10 working days for carrier to call me to tell me what the problem is... if you can afford to do it, throw the damn thing out and buy a new one, i hate to say it but even an LG will work better than these heaps of ****
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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