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Check to see if filters are clean if so check to see if voltage on both sides of pressure switch if not either need new pressure switch or copper line is plugged

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SOURCE: digital read out....fault high ref pressure.

Verify circulating pump is on and that there are no water flow restrictions to the heat pump. Make sure all necessary valves are open or in the proper positions to allow proper water flow to the heat pump. Verify filter and skimmers are clean. Check for water level in the pool. This condition may also appear if the heat pump has not been operated for an extended period. To clear the condition, cycle the heat pump, on and off, up to 3 times. If this does not correct the problem, call for service.

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Take it to a ASE certified repair facility ,they'll fix it up ! Don't just replace parts !!!!!

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P0300 - is a random misfire code which is understandable with a lean code .
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If you have a light that says low oil pressure and it refuses to start then that would be the first fault to fix. When that is done reset the cpu with a code reader and find out the other faults that need fixing.

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Error code High Ref Pressure on a jandy AE 3000T-R

Make sure your water filters are clean and if you have an external by-pass, make sure it is not open. High Ref Pressure is normally caused when the refrigerant is not cooled off by the pool water circulating thru the heat exchanger. If your filter pump is not circulating enough water (normally around 40gpm) in the system then you will trip the high pressure sensor. If the HP sensor trips without the compressor engaging the try replacing the sensor.

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My kenmore 59658642890 is not cold, no ice and water is not dispensing. Had a service guy come out and I think he ripped me off because it's still not working. Is there anything I can do to fix it...

Their are two somewhat related possible things causing the dispenser/icemaker to not work

1) The water flow into the water inlet valve on the back of the ref.where the house water supply to it is restricted,so either no or very low water pressure is coming into the valve. To check that turn off water supply and disconnect from end of tube in bucket and turn water back on to check pressure coming in..if pressure is low(just dribbles) the supply will insufficent to fill icemaker/disopenser.

2) If pressure is good into the valve the water valve they tube connects to is going to be the problem.

In case the pressure is good and the water inlet valve needs to replaced the part number for it is 12195504 It can be purchased at your local applaince parts store or online at;

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How do I add freon to my ac compressor?

unless you are licensed to handle freon don't. there are some big fines for releasing freon. also if you are not experienced there are safety concerns!!! Is this a home hvac or car? Now with that said you have to add it on the suction side of the compressor.You will need to know the correct type of freon that goes in your unit which can be found on a tag on the unit. You will also need a set of ref. gages to monitor the low and high pressure sides of the unit. it also needs to be added to the outside unit service ports (Home). You need a set of ref scales so you know how much ref is being added. Too much ref and you start pumping liquid. Too little ref and it doesn't cool like it should. If its a car you still need the above equipment. still goes in the suction side.If you add to much ref you can lift the safety pressure valve and dump the freon in the car system. Each type of ref has a pressure you want to see on the suction side and hp side. since they differ with each type ref. you will have to look it up possibly on the internet. If suction pressure goes below 32 degrees you may freeze any condensate the unit makes and have another problem. Hope this helps you but its not as simple as hooking up a ref cylinder and just adding freon. their are many thing that can go wrong and damage equipment or hurt is the first priority.

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A/c compressor does not engage. with gauge the low pressure checks ok. was working two days ago. checked 1 - 10 and 1 - 15 amp fuses, okay.

Take this to an A/C shop, low ref. level can cause this issue and the thermal limiter costs TONS less than compressor failure.

You need a qualified diagnosis. If low ref, then exposure to low oil level. All of the fixes require special tools and training to correctly fix.

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Water pressure

There is no control to turn the pressure up.

Start by checking the water supply to the Ref.

1. Turn the water supply off and disconnect the water line at the back of the ref.
2. Turn the water back on and fill a small pan with water to observe the pressure. low pressure here then replace the tap valve on the cold water line. If the pressure is ok then the problem is in the ref water valve.

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