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Model A12AWU-UF7 The unit is cooling but not heating when on heating mode the green light is flashing 5 times then a pause flashing 5 times then a pause and so on.It is also turning off by itself.

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That is an alert code. Most heaters require forced air venting, and some use a vacuum switch to test for that airflow before igniting gas flame.

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SOURCE: Fujitsu inverter ASTA24LCC aircon wont

Check that the gas is not leaking, that would be the most likely cause.

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SOURCE: Daikin heat pump, turn it

just try leaving the unit plugged off from the main power for few hours.

then try switching ON.

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SOURCE: samsung aircon cuts off. lights green/yellow flashing

lg air cond.multi split led lamp blink power 1 times,good sleep 2 times

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SOURCE: samsung aircon turns in 5 sec. lights green/yellow flashing

check capacitor on outside unit,or gas is leaking.
try to reset(small black button in inside unit under the cover)

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I would first check the condensate drain pipe. This can be done by blowing back into the drainpipe from outside. Not to worry it is not dirty or dangerous. Also make sure that your air filters are clean.

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The technician came and fixed it for free, since it's actually easy to fix. He went to our circuit-breaker box, and cut power (from the box) to the air conditioners for 30 seconds. Then, he restored power - problem fixed!

It's apparently because the air con goes into a "safety" mode when there's a power surge.

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