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E4 error on Senville Ductless Heat Pump

Hey, we replaced the board in ours. The sensor was not getting the ''we need heat in here'' from the board. We replaced it, by contacting GT world, and it worked.

Man, seriously it is a terrible company to work with. I was on their case for 2 months.

Now we put on the dehumidifier the other day and the drainage is not working, it drained into the house (side of the wall).

Not good.

Yes the coils are wet but what do you expect, it is raining outside...will have to investigate that one...

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Hi,
I am Roger Duncan.
I have the same error on my Senville unit. What board did you replace, the inside board or one of the outside boards?
I really would appreciate an answer. I have been working with Gt World since July and I still have no a/c or heat.
Roger

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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