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Unit stops after some hours. Indicating error F41

What is F 41? The unit itself indicate heating pressure switch open cicuit problem. Where is this pressure switch located and why it opens?

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  • wim9 Mar 02, 2009

    Panasonic condensing unit indicate on the error F41 on the display after some running hours and stops the unit.

    F 41 indicates heatingt pressure switch open circuit problem.

    Please explain where this switch is located and what has to be done to solve this problem.

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