Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: low discharge super heat
Hi, Its been a long time since I have worked on one but maybe the chilled water is having problems and not circulating good. Could be airlocked somewhere if its been down for a while. Hope I have helped. kstfas
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
Hi, most of the time generic parts are used to replace bad ones. The voltages and microfarads or UF is what's important on the capacitors and the amperage and control voltage on the contactor. Your unit will not run better with new parts and I suggest your time and money be used to clean and check your unit instead of "tuning it up" with new parts. If the capacitors are swelled or leaking oil they need replaced. If the contacts are pitted or burned, they need replaced. The condensing unit will need cleaned from the inside out. Remove the fan assembly and spray from the inside out on each of the condensing coils to remove the debris stuck inside the fins. If there are oil ports on your fan motor, add about 4 drops of oil into both of them. The same on your inside fan motor. If it has a fan belt inside check it to make sure it isn't worn too badly. Adjust it if needed to give about 3 inches of play. Too tight will make your bearings go bad. Oil your bearings if the fan has then and they have oil ports. Check the evaporator inside to see if it has a blanket of fuzz on the side where the air enters it. It can be removed with a credit card when wet. Scrape along with the fins if it needs cleaned. With the unit running and the inside of the house fairly comfortable the large refrigerant line outside should sweat all the way up to the compressor but the compressor should remain fairly dry. If it does, you have a good refrigerant charge. With this cleaning and oiling your unit should work more efficiently and be ready for another year. NOTE: The heating/air-conditioning companies usually run a special on seasonal checkups. If you have one come out, Have them do all the above plus get your furnace cleaned and ready. If you want more information on the furnace, please let me know what kind it is and I will try to help. If this solution does not rate at least (ALMOST THERE) Please do not rate. Thank You. kstfas
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
The evaporator button turns on what is similar to a conveyor belt on
the back of the unit. The two rollers, one at the bottom of the tank
and the other is above the blower, is just like a conveyor belt, but
instead of a black belt it's a white absorbent cloth. When turned on
the rollers start moving the white cloth in a rotation into the tank at
the bottom that is filled with water and two ice packs (you get 4 w/
it) and I put in a tray of ice cubes at night. . As it goes down into
the tank it absorbs cold water and as it goes up the blower is drawing
in cold liquid molecules from the white cloth, then the cold liquid
molecules are drawn through the blower and out the front of the unit.
This conveyor system does remove so you can remove the tank to add or
change the water. This is also a filter on the back. When the
Evaporator is off the conveyor just is not on. I hope I made any
sense, lol. I am not a technical writer and spent 15 mins trying to
explain it. I hope I helped.
I just purchased one at WalMart. I realllly like it. I have a room w/ no windows. One little air conditioner at the end of the apartment so I get none of the cold air. I heard about this so I got it. I love it! At night I don't have to have all these fans that stiffen my neck and makes it sound like I am in a airplanes turbine. Just this baby with two frozen packs at a time. I put a tray of ice cubes also at night. You do not feel water on you but it's definetly much cooler then a fan. Especially in humid conditions. People who say it sucks or does not work. They probably expected to get a stand alone air conditioner for $80 instead of $300.
The customer service # that came w/ mine is 866-876-4332 9-5 cst M-F or MideaUSA@aol.com
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
5 flashing is ' compressor drive' and check the high pressure, condenser fan motor capacitor for proper running
Posted on May 21, 2010
SOURCE: open vent or closed vent
The vent open draws in a small amount of fresh (outside) air to mix with the air being recirculated in the house to provide an air exchange. The vent closed will circulate the air already in the house.
In most cases its a good idea to leave it open unless you have a drafty house or find it difficult for the air conditioner to keep up.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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