Question about Heating & Cooling
Power went out now braemer tg outdoor ducted heating showing error code 19 on spectrolink control
Posted by Anonymous on
Says I should change the HX OT1 and HX OT2 switches and reset in service mode, however can't find where to get these
Posted on Jul 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: control cable wires crossed
I would not do anything just yet It might be more prudent to call Panasonic help line, and explain your findings I feel that the system will not have suffered any damage if the control cables have been simply wired incorrectly if that is the problem, try and find a call number from your installation paperwork, good luck.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: got a pyrox comfort control
on the reset switch there should be a temp. cut out take a temp. reading and see if it is realy getting as hot as the switch is rated for maybe the switch is bad
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
Hi, and yes, when you have a high head pressure, either the outdoor fan is not running or the coil around the unit is very dirty and can not give off heat. To fix this if the fan motor is up and running like it should, shut off power to the outdoor unit. Take your water hose and start washing out the coil around the unit to remove all of the dirt. Be carful not to use to much pressure as you will flatten the aluminum fins on the unit. Turn the power back on and you should be back in service. Now if the motor is slow, dragging and not up to a good speed and moving a lot of air out of the top, then I would have the condenser fan motor replaced. Foe a tech to come out and change it, you are looking at around $150.00 dollars. I hope this has been of help to you.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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