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Heat pump won't start its a trane YCC024-SF-3b Model #YCC024F1L0B led indicates pressure switch problem what do i do to fix it?

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    Md Titoo Apr 26, 2015

    I had the same issue. I unhook the tube goes to pressure switch, blew it and hook it back. After turn on the heat and it started working. If not change the pressure switch SWT1858. Don't forget to shut off unit power before working on the system.

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Replace the pressure switch

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Check to see if there's low voltage reaching the contactor's coil. If there is. and it doesn't close (pull in), then it's defective and should be replaced. Cut the power and check ohms to be certain.

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