Question about Carrier Refrigerators
The unit would stop responding to the Thermostat. I would kill the power and then turn it back on. After a few minutes it would kick on like nothing was wrong. It has seemingly been on a 2 1/2 day cycle of working well and then quite. I'll then kill the power and kick it back on and it starts working again. Thoughts? Thanks for your help.
This sounds to be a tricky kinda sensor fault , that's shutting it off , this is why it restarts when pwr is reset (resets safety shutdown) also this model is known to have control board faults due to control board being mounted right on blower housing (vibration) id have a tech ck it out they should be able to see if its a flame sense sensor or contrl board error
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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