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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably a capacitor in the either the compressor or outdoor fan. Don't know if they are dual capacitor or each has it's own. This is just according to the other posts on this site. I would call in a tech to have a look at it. Should be able to diagnose this in about 10 minutes.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
On some remotes there is a reset button which is pressed by using the nib of a pen. Or if this does not work you should look under the cover for a manual button, most units have one, and see if the aircon responds. I suspect your remote sensor is faulty, but try the previous suggestions first.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Generally all the symbols on each unit are the same. The snowflake does cooling, the sun does heating, the fan does fan only mode, the water droplet does dehumidify and the arrows means automatic mode. The increasing bars refers to the fan speed.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
The simplest way of explaining this is as per the following. On your outdoor compressor unit there should be two pipes, one smaller diameter [high pressure] and a larger diameter pipe [low pressure]. Turn your A/C on inside the house and then shut off the smaller diameter pipe. Run the unit for a around 3 to 4 minutes and then check if the cooling is reducing from the unit inside the house. When you feel room temperature air [not cool] being emitted from the indoor unit shut off the larger diameter pipe and turn off unit. Isolate electrics, disconnect A/C piping and immediately seal the piping with good quality tape to prevent egress of dirt. When re-installing a quick purge of gas is usually only required to clear the lines if they were sealed properly and kept clean. Ideally running a vacuum pump is recommended but if care was taken then it may not be needed, as in many of my installations.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
F6 INDICATION MAY MEAN THAT THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE BLOWER MOTOR. WHEN THE BLOWER MOTOR GETS HEATED UP (WHEN ITS WINDING BECOMES WEAK) THIS MAY HAPPEN. SO U GET UR BLOWER MOTOR AND PCB BOARD CHECKED.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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