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The Intertherm AC Model B3BV-030K-A is blowing warm air

No cold air is coming out of my Intertherm AC model B3BV-030K-A, just cool air

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If you don’t see any frost on the suction line or big line on the furnace
(that goes from the furnace to the outdoor unit) and the filter and coil are clean then you are probably low on refrigerant.

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A intertherm t3qc-030k air conditioner is how many tons?


If T3QC-030K is the model number it is 2 1/2 tons.
12,000 btu = 1 ton 030 means 30,000btu

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I have a whirlpool wall heat/ac unit, model ACE184XL0. All of a sudden, the heat quit working. Fan still blows, and AC still seems to work, although I can't tell if it's just pulling in cold outside air...


Dear it is a thermostat system. You can simply check it by setting temp at 30 then check either warm air is coming or cool air. at this time warm air should come. If warm air is not coming means there is a fault is realy in your pcb. It can be simply remove no need to worry.

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LOOKING FOR YEAR OF MANUFACTURE FOR MILLER MODEL P3RA-030K SERIAL P3D030400057


Your unit is April 2003. So it is 8 years old. P3D is model ref 0304 is year/month of manufactor. You also have a 2.5 ton system. Hop this helps. Info verified through local Intertherm distributor.

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Compressor will not stay on.


very good possibility that it is low on freon. If indoor unit is blowing ambient air, not cooling is happening. If this is the case and you are sure the compressor is running and then shutting off, the compressor could be overheating and the internal overload is taking out the compressor. If outdoor fan runs and compressor runs, probably cause. If capacitor is bad, unit would most likely not run that long. While unit is running, feel the large line at the condensing unit. If it is cold, and stays cold, could be something else going on. If stays warm, most likely low on freon.

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Need Capacitor Size


try calling technical support of the company

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Intertherm not cooling correctly


Sound like air flow problem to me, the inside and the outside. check the inside filter to see if it's clean and clean the outside condenser coils by washing it.

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Self contained intertherm ac unit


make sure the unit is level or even off a little to the drain side. I have seen this cause this problem several times.

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Reset Button


There is no reset button on most of these units. If nothing is running at all when a call from cooling from the thermostat is made your problem could be a tripped or breaker in the off position. When you turn the thermostat to cool have someone listen for a click at the unit. If no click is heard it may be in the low voltage circuit that your problem is. If a click is heard which is the main contactor pulling in to run then your problem may be in the high voltage power supply. If you have a fused disconnect check the fuses. They should be of the time delay type (slow blow) and sized according to the ampacity on the unit name plate. Also check the main breaker in the house power panel.

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Wiring diagram


i need a air conditioner wiring diagram

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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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