Question about Heating & Cooling
Either give more information such as type of unit model # or call a tech .
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Need to make sure your wire size to the inside unit is large enough to handle the amperage, that you have a two stage heat thermostat.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
SOURCE: heat strip installation
It was quite simple, just installing the heat strip and my model only required removing the grill cover and mounting the element. The other optional installations didn't apply to my model.
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: Fedders Air conditioner
e5 is comp overload code . if you have infared remote for indoor units point at anyone while pushing all 3 buttons at the same time- 'mode' 'temp up' temp down' this will bring up OO where temp set point is normally displayed. scroll up or down with temp up or down buttons (1st digit only) untill you here the beeping sound change tone, this is the 1st part of the fault code. press mode once to change to 2nd digit, scroll again with up and down listening for change of beep- 2nd part of code ie "E5". press mode again will bring up afunny looking T-test mode. press mode again to exit. THATS VERY ACCURATE SOLUTION.SAVE IT FOR FUTURE.WISH U SUCCESS .REPLY FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE IF REQUIRED.BYE
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
The fact that nothing is coming on indicates that there is possibly a problem with your incomming power supply or wiring to and from the inside evaporator to the outside condenser. If all in good order, suggest you find someone you know who can operate a multimeter and check if there is voltage going to the control board inside the evaporator unit. If there is then almost certainly the control board would need replacement.
Posted on Aug 01, 2012
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