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Check the refrigerant may be cooling, but not cooling enough. More than likely, low on charge.

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I have a rth6350d it worked fine until today when i change it from ac to heat now it runs for a sec and then the auxillary heat comes on under the number and i get nothing.

seems like the reversing valve cut out the condensing unit. it may be shorted. if not, something else shorted. did you check the main power fuses? if condenser is cut out it will go into resistive heat.

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Burner time reset.

Are you sure you have an NR71? or is it an NRC model? only NRC models should be getting that code. Anyways, your house water treatment system has nothing to do with the neutralizer. The Neutralizer that it is telling you to replace is not there to treat the water going to your house. It is neutralizing the acidic condensate produced by the exhaust in your "condensing" unit. Without a new Neutralizer the condensate that drains out the bottom of the unit will be strong enough to kill plants and eat away very slowly at some items or metals underneath the skinny condensate drain. It's not a big deal unless you have the unit sitting above something you really care about and there's no condensate drain pipe attached. Either way, if you buy a new Neutralizer it comes with instructions on how to reset the timer so that you don't have to have the EC 92 bug you anymore.

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The orifice is the metering device inside the evaporator coil and comes installed from the factory in the coil itself. Some condensers do come with orifices taped to the side of the unit, but they only do that to ensure you have the right size orifice. Sometimes you will have a 3 ton evaporator and a 2.5 ton condenser. In this case you want to change the orifice so that it meters the refrigerant correctly. But if you have a 3 ton condenser and a 3 ton coil, which is normal, you don't have to do anything. So to answer your question, your coil already came with a orifice inside and nothing needs to be done unless there are two different sized units as described above. Hope I didn't bore you too much and helped you with your question!

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I think you need to slow down and start fresh.
1) You have 115v at Transformer-You are reading from Red to White
on windings?

2) If that checked out OK are you reading 24v out of Transformer?
3) If yes, remove thermostat wires and put a jumper wire between
R and G. Put the Blower Door Back ON and turn on power
hopefully your fan will come on.

4) If the fan comes on, move the jumper between R and Y, put the
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I have Honeywell programmable eletronic thermostat model RTH230B. Tried turning on central air but the air conditionaing unit does not turn on. I then set the thermostat to the manual mode and set the...

This problem is more than likely not the thermostat at all. The best way to see if the thermostat is at fault, is to pull the cover off and you should see a R(Red) terminal and a Y(Yellow) terminal, carefully jumper the two wires together and see if the outside unit comes on. If not, then the problem doesn't lay in the thermostat. You can also jumper the R and G terminals and see if the fan blower motor on the indoor unit comes on if you don't have another person to help. The thermostat is just a switch board for your controls on the inside unit and outside condensing unit. It is all 24v wiring coming from the unit and supplying the power to the correct terminals on the thermostat. Unfortunately, if your problem is not the thermostat, you can have a number of different problems going on. A few places to look.....

1. Breaker box to make sure nothing has tripped.
2. Make sure your indoor unit is still coming on.
3. Outside disconnect box. It will be by the condenser and should have fuses in it (some do not). To check, you will need to ohm the fuses. IMPORTANT: If fuses are blown, you could have a short in the condensing unit which should be checked first before changing fuses.

Hope this helps some and good luck!

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looks like a 2 ton condensing unit as far as manuals I don't understand what manuals you are asking about. If the unit isn't coming on when called for I would start by checking the 24 voltage side of the contactor to see if you are getting the required 24 volt. If you are I suggest checking the contactor to see if the proper voltage is coming out of the contactor. if so then move forward to the capacitor to see if it is working fine. If so then the compressor will need to be checked. But since nothing is coming on when you call for it there is a voltage problem somewhere so I would start there and work my way forward
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