Question about Samsung AW0693L Air Conditioner
Simplest way is to rewire unit and add a refridgeration type stat to a 115v ac coil contactor or relay toturn compressor on and off and hook up fan on 1 speed hope this helps
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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6 - DC Peak Error
• Supplied power is not normal
• Comp Connector (CN-U,V,W) is disconnected or inserted to wrong
• Compressor is damaged (coil short) ? replace compressor
• Too much Refrigerant
• Defect in outdoor pcb assembly ? replace pcb assembly
Try turning power off to external unit, usually resets diagnostics and runs OK. If not PCB external unit likely culprit, replace!
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