Question about Heating & Cooling
Don't know how to program my thermostat
Is there a model number on the control? I see it is a Carrier but we will need to track down an owners manual on line to figure this out. Visit my website www.60cubits.com and leave me some more information so I can help you.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most typical wiring for Heat pumps are as follows: Red-R, Yellow-Y , Blue(common)- C, Green-G, White To either W, or W1, or Aux, Black-E, I will need additional info like: is your system a Heat pump, Straight a/c w/ elec. heat, and also what kind of tstat are you trying to hook up? Digital, mechanical?
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
SOURCE: I don't know if there
jbuck, Since your unit is a multifunction unit (AC, Heat & Dehumidifier) you don't have to darin any water. It uses an evaporative system, that exhaust the water/moisture thru the exhaust hose to the outside. With that said, there may be a rare occasion, that the condensation pan under the unit, needs to be drained. In which case, you will find the drain hole, covered by a plastic screw off cap, on the left rear of the unit (as you face the rear of the unit), next to the cord keeper. A small plastic bowl or pan that will fit under the drain hole will suffice. As, there shouldn't be that much water to drain.
Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
SOURCE: I need a master control
Without the Model Number, it's hard to know what knob fits your model. However, the link below, may provide some help. But, having the Model Number would be a bulls eye. Remove the front of the AC unit. There may be a manufacturer's data plate inside, which would provide the model number.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
SOURCE: I've lost the manual for
Your model has been discontinued, But, you can obtain an Owner's Manual by calling Delonghi Consumer Support at 1-800-322-384. They will usually email it to you as an attachment.
Hope this helped you.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
SOURCE: Air conditioner model # A6T12F2A
leave the unit off for about an hour to let cool off its hot and kickingout on the over loads . this is probley realted to a power problem or low voltage problem in you area due to demand
Posted on Jul 24, 2011
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