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Is the outdoor fan running? The fan cools the coils and compressor, therefore keeping the high pressure low enough to run. Either the fan is not working or its not spinning fast enough. Check the capacitor, or just replace it.
You should have your a/c system ck'd. Reason could be excessive system pressure and temp. This would explain the a/c safety turning off the a/c and the temp rise of the engine cooling system. Good Luck.
it is time to check your filter make sure is not dirty and if your filter is clean and still doing this then the problem can be with one of the safety sensors they do have 2 hight limit switch located in the heater heather they re round with two wires on each one turn power off to heater and get a voltemer reader and check the hight limits for continuty they should read zero on your metter it can be your temp sensor heaters are so complicated that it is always good to have a pool tech service it I was a pool tech in california but now I am located in georgia
nope ...the problem might be from bios...it has a setting to power of when it gets to a certain temperature ...(CPU temp limit ) just ask for someone whom knows to set it ...and will be fine ...the other issue it might be the fail of your cpu cooler...and the temp exceeds normal values and its shutting down as a protection...when it gets to the maximum temp allowed. .So! just check first if it has a limmit around 70C or so ...and remove the limitation from bios...CPU settings..I dont know exactly cause there are a lot of bios variations...but when you will see it you wil know what to do .....good luck!
Well here's the details about those codes: F2 :- 1. The oven temp has risen above 665F and the door is not locked or 2. The temp has risen above 965F with the door locked
1. Check oven temp in mode that failure occurred. Replace EOC (Electronic Oven Control) if above limits F3:- Oven temperature sensor is open (above 3000 ohms)
Check resistance of oven temperature sensor, check for open wiring between oven temperature sensor