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Looks like your model # got you into the Air Cond area of FixYa. I did however look into it and found a place that could help you with the right mod # http://www.dirtdevil.com/CustomerService/Manuals/default.aspx?id=24953
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Looks like they want $4 though.
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Honeywell 5000, 8000, 8000 iaq, prestige, round dial analog, digital Honeywell redlink. 1 heat 1 cool thermostat 3 heat 2 cool thermostat. does the stat u have do conventional a/c and heat pump. red wire is hot wire 24 volts not heating its your 24 volt control power. this will be r on your board and t-stat and red wire. y is for cooling mode and is yellow and will be noted y on both board and t stat. green is fan on the indoor furnace and will be g on board and t-stat and the wire is green. blue is the common side of the transformer labeled b on both board and t-stat. I did not see brown on your schematic I looked up I seen orange which is your reversing valve wire for the heat pump whether its calling for cooling or heat this is what changes the flow of Freon to make it to the indoor coil as warm Freon or cold when called for in heat or cool. the thermostat if a vision pro 8000 needs to be programmed in the installer mode which if this is the t-stat u have u need to read through the heat pump section. the green hooked to the orange doesn't look right on the print but that's the breakdown. http://www.manualslib.com/manual/277678/Haier-Hb2400vd2m20.html?page=11#manual heres your schematic
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Since i don't know what brand heat pump you have, i am assuming you have a cool active reversing valve, therefore the orange wire will connect to the "O" terminal. If you have a heat active reversing valve the orange wire would be connected to the "B" terminal. You will know it is wrong when you turn on the system in cooling mode and it blows hot or warm air. Another way to know quickly is to go out to your outside unit when you turn it on in the cooling mode and feel of the suction line(the large copper line coming out of your condensing unit) and see if it is cool. If it is, great. If it is hot then you would have to switch the orange wire to the "B" terminal.
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i have a hauzen air conditioner. how do i use the remote to get cooler air? It is currently on 30 degrees celcius. the remote is in korean and i speak/read english. the remote has an orange button to turn on and off... can you send me an english manual link? the wall unit is about 3 feet and also has a grey button on the right front bottom unit to turn it on and off. above that on the front right flat side are 5 small round lights that let you know how you have the unit set. hope this description helps you understand what kind of unit i have... i cannot read korean to be more clear. i would appreciate it if you can send a user guide in english. thank you
If water is coming in through the filter grill, then your drain trough is clogged. Go up to, remove cowling, and flush trough drains out. That will take care of water getting inside. I like to use pipe cleaners and poke through drain holes on either side of the trough.
Excess water is also caused by poor air circulation and coils beginning to freeze up. All is well for a while, until the compressor finally turns off, then you turn fan off and water pours from above. So, while up top, also clean the coils of both the evaporator (located above and behind filter opening) as well as condenser. When cleaning evaporator, take care not to spray water into the inside of the coach. You should not need a special cleaning product unless the coils are very nasty, then use a non hazardous cleaner (you will get some on the carpet down below) such as Orange based. Also change your filter every 100 hours of the fan running (regardless of compressor) to minimize air flow restriction.
A user said its doing what its suppose to do ,remove moisture, and you do have to empty the bucket atleast 5-times a day or night, and the automatic shutoff shutsoff when you need it most, so he wnt to a window unit and have' not looked back since!