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Re: Can coolant be added to Panasonic AC CW-C101MU? ...
This can be done if your a good hand at soldering. You need to put a inlet valve in the unit so you can put freon in this is kind of a tricky job most of the time it's easier to take it to the repair shop and let them put the valve on then after that you can recharge the freon on your own..........I hope this was helpful...... : )
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Usually blinking means you are in a time delay. Obviously not for three hours but... Turn fan to on position and verify your indoor fan is working. If so check outdoor unit and see if it's running. If no indoor fan turn breaker off, and inside the tstat put the red and green wires together and turn breaker back on. If indoor fan runs you have a bad tstat. Good luck!!
Hello The check the air filter. Clean it first. Turn the power OFF and unplug the device from AC mains. Draw out the air filter cover and remove it. Remove the air filter. Wash the air filter with mild dtergent solution and dry it in a shaded place. Attach the air filter back to device, so that it fits into the each claws on the air filter cover and replace the cover. If you neglect to clean the air filter, dust may accumulate, clogging it. As a result, temperature may arise inside the unit leading to a possible malfunction. Be sure to attach the aif filter cover firmly. "Power cannot be turned ON" if it is not closed securely. The air filter will have a face and a reverse side. Place the air filter, so that it fits on a notch on the air filter cover. If this doesn't help you, check the cooling fan. If fan speed is reduced, proper air circulation will not be ther, as a result the inside of the unit will overheat causing malfunctions, which has not been described anywhere in its manual. If needy, replace the fan. The final possible cause for this fault is with its Lamp itself. Confirm it before replacing, by doing all the above porcedure. OK.
Make sure the outside unit is working, both fan and compressor inside. If both of these are coming on and working, then your problem would more than likely be low/high refrigerant charge. You can also check the air flow inside and make sure it's blowing normal. Weak air flow can point to a dirty or clogged indoor coil which would have to be cleaned by taking the cover off of the coil, possibly moving flue vents out of the way, and taking the small cover off of the inside coil depending on if it's a upflow or downflow system. Hope this helps or at least points you in a better direction, good luck!
To get proper cool, keep the tips as follows: 1. Check air filter is cleaned. 2. Check indoor coil is cleaned. 3. Checkindoor blower motor is working. 4. Keep in cool mode. 5. Set temp minimum 3degrees less than room temp.6.Check compressor is working with correctpressure. Thanks. Helpful?
If it was start up capacitors, it wouldn't start initially every time. Do me/you, a favor, and remove your filter inside (return air) , and if it's a ducted system, remove entire plastic cover inside. Take a flashlight & look way up where filter covers in hole & take a good look at cooling fins on evaporator (front of AC). Look for restrictions such as dust etc. That dust will turn just like mud on there due to condensation mixing with dust, and block off flow which could cause unit to freeze up & compressor to kick out. If your real ambitious, and find lots of dust there, taking cover off roof unit would be next, and check same there at back end (condenser) coils & cooling fins.Get back to me after inspection from inside. Could still be electrical but lets check that it has proper maintenance & best chance to work properly by doing this first.
If you have ice on the Line you are iced up. If coil is iced no air can get thru. Now First. Turn of ac and turn fan to on posotion. That will thaw unit. Let it run 45 minutes. That should do it. If the fan is not running you amy have a bad fan relay. One of the reason iced up unit is dirty evap, coil inside. Try to thaw it out first. You can clean the coil with a stool brush. Does not damage the coils. Good luck
check to see if the fan is working at the condensing unit. if it is, check that the fan is pulling heat off the unit as it should. make sure the cage is clean. no restrictions as far as air flow. clean . check duct work for leaks. inside, if you replaced the filter/s. the evaporator is dirty. call a prof,
Probably your projector filter is full of dust, and probably even the inside id full of dust. You need to clean the filter and you need to clean the inside. The fan starts coz the lemp inside cant get any air, as soon as you turn the projector on it gets overheated.
Go to a pro and let him/her clean your projector good, then it should work properly again. And make sure that you clean the filter at least 3-4 times per year.
HEY, sounds like it time for a full clean-up. Take the cover off and clean the drain ports, the filter in the front of the unit, the back inside coils, oil the fan motor, wash the front coils, ,, The water blowing out could be because its not leanning back enough, & the coils or filter is plugged and trying to **** air anywhere it can ,even thru the drainnage system! Thank-you-very-much!