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Air conditioning not running; thermal lockout in high stage

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SOURCE: A Carrier mod # 24ANA760A300 Infinity with an error code #72 high stage thermal cutout, What causes this?

if it's a thermal cutout that's mounted on the circuit board you may have to replace the whole board. I don't have the carrier error codes at hand. But a "thermal cutout" is normally found on the compressor. One advantage of the old (before digital) systems is that the controls were all separate. So you could replace a bad high pressure switch or contactor. Without having to replace a expensive circuit board that held most of the controls.
Not to mention being easy to damage by power surges and lightning

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Carrier model 25HNB624A320 flash code 72 fix


I'm assuming this is an Infinity system. If so, it is an awesome, but complicated machine. If the PDF I have is correct to your machine, 72 is a high stage compressor thermal lockout in the history. This may be caused by a faulty start assist kit(potential relay), or internal overload trip in compressor. This should be addressed by a qualified and experienced service tech. I know these machines pretty well and still have so much to learn about them. So if you have no experience with it do not attempt to repair. You can clear thus code in the thermostat. It should be a "history" code, meaning it happened, but is not an issue that caused it to shut down. Hold the advanced button for about 10 secs and you'll access the installer/service mode. Locate fault history and then clear all codes. Just be advised, these codes help me see the history of operation and in turn, help me diagnose problems when I am to repair the machine. Hope this helps!

Oct 07, 2017 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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What to do with carrier infinity ac fault code 81


"Low capacity thermal lockout"#81. What this tells me is your 1st stage cooling(low capacity) is locked out for 4 he's due to a dirty outdoor coil, weak outdoor fan motor run capacitor, slow outdoor fan motor, overcharged with freon, restricted or short cycling outdoor airflow(overheating), damaged discharge temp switch, faulty outdoor circuit board. That's all the scenarios I can think of for now. Hope this helps!

Aug 24, 2017 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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Amana 80sse furnace fire up work for about 10 min. It goes in lockout and inducer motor stay on


Robert, that is a typical indication of the furnace cycling on its high temperature switch. Look for a dirty filter, return air blockage or any other thing that would cause air flow restriction across the heat exchanger. If nothing else is evident, possibly attempt changing the heating speed to medium low or medium high for heat to improve air flow. But if it worked with no changes prior to this problem, it has to be lack of air flow that is causing the issue.

Dec 15, 2015 | Amana GMH81405DN 140,000 BTU 80% Gas...

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82-thermal lockout


looks like your compressor has overheated ; let it around 4 hours to cool down and then turn it on and check if outdoor unit's fan is running. If not you need to check fan motor and circuitry if it's ok then you have to check if filters are clean and if the coolant is present :) and in proper levels (secont one needs special equipment)

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Why cannot get power to my dcc unit


Check the thermal blower lockout switch located in the heater inlet hose. To check for a faulty thermal blower lockout switch, remove the connector from the switch and check for continuity through switch with engine warm. Check the condition of the vacuum lines and electrical connections before and after the switch.

May 01, 2015 | 2004 Lincoln LS

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Error code 82


SOUNDS LIKE A BAD MOTOR.

Oct 25, 2013 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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A Carrier mod # 24ANA760A300 Infinity with an error code #72 high stage thermal cutout, What causes this?


if it's a thermal cutout that's mounted on the circuit board you may have to replace the whole board. I don't have the carrier error codes at hand. But a "thermal cutout" is normally found on the compressor. One advantage of the old (before digital) systems is that the controls were all separate. So you could replace a bad high pressure switch or contactor. Without having to replace a expensive circuit board that held most of the controls.
Not to mention being easy to damage by power surges and lightning

Jul 11, 2012 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

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What is the drive cycle for a 1999 vw jetta


The drive cycle is as follows
For all OBD2 VW's

OBD-II Drive Cycle Stages
The OBD-II Drive Cycle is an eight-stage course, as illustrated in the
chart on page 3. An explanation of each step is provided below.
Stage 1: Cold Start-The ECM determines the presence of a cold start
by comparing the engine coolant temperature to the ambient air
temperature during startup. The engine is considered cold when:
• Engine coolant temperature is below 122°F (50°C).
• Engine coolant and intake air temperatures are within 11°F (6°C) of
each other at startup.
During this period, the O2S heater, misfire, AIR, fuel system, and EVAP
monitors run.

Stage 2: Idle 2½ Minutes-Turn the air conditioning (A/C) and
headlights on to help the misfire monitor-the additional electrical loads
help even out combustion pulses. During this period, the O2S heater,
AIR, EVAP, misfire, and possibly fuel system (if operating in closed loop)
monitors run.

Stage 3: Accelerate-Prior to accelerating, turn off the A/C and
headlights (if possible). Open the throttle halfway until you reach
55 MPH (89 KPH). During acceleration, the misfire, fuel system, and
EVAP monitors run.

Stage 4: Steady State Cruise-During this portion of the cycle, the
O2S, AIR, EGR, EVAP, misfire, and fuel system monitors run.

Stage 5: Decelerate-Gradually coast down without applying the
brakes. Also, on manual transmission vehicles, remain in high gear and
do not press the clutch. During this period, the EGR, EVAP, and fuel
system monitors run.

Stage 6: Accelerate-Apply ¾ throttle until reaching 60 MPH (97 KPH).
During acceleration, the misfire, fuel system, and EVAP monitors run.

Stage 7: Steady State Cruise-During this period, the CAT, O2S, AIR,
EGR, EVAP, misfire, and fuel system monitors run.

Stage 8: Decelerate-Gradually coast down without applying the
brakes. Also, on manual transmission vehicles, remain in high gear and
do not press the clutch. During this portion of the Drive Cycle, the EGR,
EVAP, and fuel system monitors run.

You can try this a couple times, but if it doesn't work you should go to a VW specialty shop like the dealer or a shop that does mostly European cars and they can use the scan tool to force the car through readiness.


Oct 11, 2010 | 1999 Volkswagen New Jetta

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We are using three screw oil free atlas copco compressors{ZR-275}. They often encounters the problem of high outlet temperature of first stage , almost near tripping stage. and we have to replace the...


Dear Hamza,
High Temperature at First Stage means your Second stage is becoming Weak and it is not capable to pull the maximum air from First stage, If it is only at loaded position.
If this is your regular problem you must check your Water condition it should not be below 20 degree C and not above 40 degree C.
You may also try to blow some dry air into second stage ( HP Element ) when ever it is in off position.
Hope this will help you.
Regards
Ashfaq

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