Question about Panasonic Heating & Cooling
Hello, that could be two problems, first could be the gas sensor that cuts the power when there is a leek , second could be the thermostat faulty.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behind the unit near the floor level, is a yellow wire with a black bulb at the end. This is the actual sensor for returning air. If there is cool air infiltrating the area where it is located, it will keep the unit running until the return air reaches temperature. You could also have a bad sensor but highly unlikely. Make sure there is no air infiltration influencing the sensor. Also, you can unclip the sensor and pull out a few more inches of wire to locate it higher up away from the floor. Tie it up with a wire tie.
Rinnai it testing a remote thermostat but as of yet, there is no plans to offer one.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
This unit has a diagnostic error code recorder. To play back your error codes, with the unit off, push the up arrow, down arrow and economy button all at the same time and hold for 3 seconds. Record each number that lights up. In your owners manual or on rinnai.us there is a error code guide that may help. Or post the error codes on Fixya and I can give you some pointers.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
SOURCE: rinnai energysaver 556f manual
Here is a link to the 556FTR from Australia.
They are all pretty much the same. The US site has similar info. Just google Rinnai. Open the site, go to resources tab and click downloads. The manuals are easy to locate.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
Heaters are a bit tricky to deal with as fixing them are better left for experts. When the heater shuts down on its own it usually is as a result of over heating in the heaters system. If the unit in the heater which is meant to regulate the unit temperature happens to be faulty the guage records a higher temperature than is in the unit and this triggers a close down of the unit. Get an expert to service it check the termostat and also check the radiator for leakages. Feel free to request further assistance.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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