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Trane package rooftop heatpump model#WCD036C300BC

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SOURCE: heatpump blow out air put not warm

We will need to check and see if the outdoor unit is running when thermostat is set for heat. If not, check the circuit breakers and reset if tripped. Also, check to ensure the high pressure switch isn't tripped (you will likely need to open the panel to see the HPS, it will have a red button on the top of it.

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SOURCE: I have a older trane weathertron heatpump stuck in

if your G and O circuit are touching it will never go into heating mode. Separate the two wires and give it a try.


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I need a manual for trane heatpump model 2twb3030a1000ca. Where can i find one


Try Googling (trane)(2twb3030a1000ca)(manual) without parens.

Feb 20, 2018 | Heating & Cooling

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I have a carrier air handler heatpump can I use a Rudd heatpump condensor


Yes if they match up correctly. I would stay away from Ruud though. Best off with Carrier or Trane in my opinion. Also, if your spending the money to replace the condenser, you should spend the extra bit and replace the air handler as well. New systems use a new refrigerant that is more cost effective and better for the environment.

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Wiring diagram for trane g26f032sa furnace


Request the wiring diagram directly from Trane.

Nov 05, 2017 | Heating & Cooling

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My ac system has a model#44408 hunter thermistat and a trane heat pump. The system runs but does not change the temperature to cool the home to a comfortable temperature. is the problem in the thermistat...


Hi,
You have refrigerant leak or the compressor has died...not a thermostat problem...
You will need to get a tech. to take a look at it.

Here is a tip about troubleshooting your airconditioner...
There are many things that can cause your air conditioner not to cool...

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I have a Trane PTAC, MODEL 3 PTHD1201GBA. I just replaced the control board, but now all its blowing is hot air. Any suggestions?, its 90 degrees outside.


Was the board exactly the same as the one you took off? Even if it was go back and check your wiring. That would be the first place to look since the board was all that was changed.

Jun 10, 2010 | DeLonghi Trane 5t Rooftop Air Conditioner...

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Trane Air Conditioner air handler drips water


are you still having issues with your twg030a140b1? the heatpump that you own should not be having this issue the question is the configuration of the coil in the AHU is it properly installed. I am a distributor for Trane equipment and am wondering if the install tech installed correctly

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How do you wire a thermostat for heatpump electric heat


You should have at least 5 wires that are these colors and where they should go but may not be in this order.

Wire color - Connection (Wire Connects what)
  • White- W2 (Second stage Heat/ Emergency Heat) (elements)
  • Red- R (24 Volt supply to thermostat/ without this connected, nothing will work)
  • Blue- C (Common)
  • Green- G (Fan)
  • Orange- O/B (Reversing Valve)
O if reversing valve has to be energized for cool mode (YORK)
B if reversing valve has to be energized for heat mode.(TRANE)

Without knowing the unit model number or numbers. if it is a split system or package unit and which thermostat you are going to use. This is all the information I can give without knowing all the above. If this does not answer you question, reply back with the above info and I'll walk you through wiring the pieces together.

Oct 18, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Changing to a digital thermostat


you cant use this thermostat . you have a trane 2 stage heatpump the hunter thermostat is made for a one stage heatpump ...if this answer helped please rate this 3 or 4 stars , this will keep me in the paid answer department

Apr 06, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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vulcan bonaire comfort control External natural gas electronic ignition 2004. ISSUE: Fan blowing only cool air continuously. Forced to kill power to stop it. model is one of the following. MB514E,20E or 30E. Going by mech drawing parts list. i can confirm what type of sensors i have cleaned with very fine sandpaper. flame sensor PN 5441603SP and IGNITER ELECTRODE PN 5441602SP The fault code i see is described as the following. There are x4 LED's. Sequence Left to Right. LEGEND: 1 Flame Sensor 2 Pressure switch 3 OverTemp 4 Diag. R Red G Green S Solid Colour B Blinking LED Behaviour. In order 2RS & 4GS Until i hear ignition. 2RS & 3RB Duration: split second 2RB,3RS & 4GB Duration: split second 3RS & 4GB Duration: Until it has completed blinking x4 times. 3RS Duration 4 seconds Repeat last two mentioned behaviour. in my own opinion, as a safety feature, the unit thinks that it has overheated or is about to. so kills the gas and force feeding cool air to heating components to save it from frying. Does this mean i have fault 04 if so does this mean i may have a faulty igniter or flame sensor or maybe a faulty as described in the mech drawing SWITCH OVER TEMPERATURE 120 degrees celsius. Am i correct here? Is this the over temperature cut out switch? if no one can really pinpoint which part requires replacement, can you at least, in sequence advise which parts to purchase? so then ill just try my luck. i wonder how to properly test if flame sensor, igniter, over temp etc is faulty with a multimeter. do i just perform a continuity test. I wonder what other parts can i test related to this fault im getting.

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