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Fujiaire f6 fault code unit turns off and won't restart

Unit will not run unless power is turned off at wall. Then it starts and outside unit does not start and the unit turns off after a few minutes with error code f6

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Hello, It sounds to me like your low on freon/refrigerant. You'll need to have someone test the pressures for you.

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I would first check the condensate drain pipe. This can be done by blowing back into the drainpipe from outside. Not to worry it is not dirty or dangerous. Also make sure that your air filters are clean.

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There are several possibilities, the drain valve is opening and closing, this causes water to fill the base, the float valve will not achieve the desired level so the fan will not start. This could be the drain valve actuator is U/S or the PC board. Have you tried to turn the main power off at the switch board for 1/2 hour?
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Condenser fan windings are rooted. No capacitor due to multi speed. Replace condenser fan motor they just clip on pcb.

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Check the power cord connection to the wall outlet is secure.
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Make sure that the house circuit breaker has not tripped.
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