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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if no cold blowing,evaporator is not working,have you ever heard compressor is running,check this out,no compression of course you dont have cool on evaporator.if the compressor is running check the oprating current,if still have enough freon charge,if not running check thermostat reset setting on the coldest,ifn still not run check overload relay on panel control reset lever to put back compressor to run,check condensing fan if working,if not check also over load protection,this should be done by ac tech nician.have a nice day,dont gorget to rate me, thank's
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
The flashing light is a delay timer, usually activated when changing from heating to cooling and visa versa. The fact that the unit can only run from certain times shows that the timer is activated. You need to cancel the timer function on the remote.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
SOURCE: Air conditioner light flashing
this is usually an indicator that there is a low side high side switch bad or low on freon. does the compressor kick in and out while it is running?
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
Sorry for the delayed response. For future reference, the blower motor resistor in an 04' Honda Accord is located under the glove box and a little to the left if you are facing it (the glove box). You just need to pull out the plastic panel (yes, you can just pull it out by hand, no tools needed for that). It should be right on the fire wall with a plug going into it. If you reach in there and pull the plug (it has a little notch so it clips into the resistor more securely; make sure you push the clip in) it should have 4 flat prongs on it that go into the resistor. The resistor itself will have 2 phillips head screws that are holding it into the fire wall. Unscrew them and you have the resistor. If you can unscrew both screws before unplugging, it will be easier to see how it unplugs. I know this sounds complicated but once you get in there you will notice it's fairly easy to change out.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Ours did the same. My husband checked the manual and found that the filters were FILTHY! The filter is at the front of the inside unit. If you still have the manual it will show you where. This fixed ours as it was NOT working at all!!
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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