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FLA = Full Load Amps. FLA is one of the ratings on the nameplate of an electric motor. FLA is the amperage rating of the motor when it is running at its designed horsepower and on the motors designed voltage.

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flushing out water lines do you mean condensate line coming off the furnace that drain to the outside. is the condensing unit outside running when u have it in cooling mode. by condensing unit I mean the unit outside that has lines that run to the inside. does that turn on when u have it in cooling. the unit outside have two components that should turn on the outdoor condenser fan and a compressor.

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EE means high discharge pressure.If new unit or recently re charged gas unit, it's over charged. Other wise, it has non condensable gas. Remove all gas and replace filter direr flush out system re charge gas. Helpful.

Before doing above, clean condenser coil and check. Some times due to condenser block also discharge pressure will raise.

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wine coolers have no means of draining the condensate inside them,use silica gel(1/2 pint)to keep the inside dry(remember to dry it out when condensate happens again)

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We have a flashing vacuum condenser message on our screen -- what does this mean?


It probably means that your condenser coils are dirty and need to be cleaned up. The condenser coils are the copper tubes in the back of the machine next to the condenser fan. If just vacuuming them up doesn't sufficiently clean them then you may want to get some coil cleaner from your local hardware store or whoever sold you the refrigerator.
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The buzzing sound is from the contactor and only means you have low voltage at the unit,Check and make sure you have 240 volts at the unit and post back.

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This means that your unit is unable to dissapate the heat where it is intended to, the condenser unit. Open the top panel and check the condenser unit to see if it is clogged with debris. It will be on the rh side and looks similar to a car radiator. If it is dirty, clean it. Also, check to see if the fan is running that blows through the condenser. It should be running whenever the compressor motors are. If it is not blowing, replace it.

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