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SOURCE: Unit wont start, flashing lights on indoor unit, fuse may be gone

How old is it? Can you justify spending lots of money on an older system? Sounds like a transformer issue. Sometimes if the low voltage wiring gets shorted outside via dog or weed eater it will short the transformer. But if transformer is on control. Controls are cheap at supply houses maybe not from technicians

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SOURCE: indoor unit flashes 5 times. error code meaning?

E-5 -Comms Error, check your wiring, remove external pumps. Split/Multi - check volts from terminal N to 3 = 0 - 65 Vdc, Multi V - 4 Vdc terminals 3 and 4

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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fujitsu is a good brand.
try one of these two things:

Turn the unit off then on again. After that press test button on remote control (rear side) and look how many times now operation and timer LED flashes. Note that. Then press MANUAL/AUTO button on indoor unit until you hear 3 beeps from buzzer. That will erase error memory.
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5 x Operation flash and a constant Timer flash indicates an outdoor unit control error. With this code flashing on the indoor unit, you need to point the remote at the unit and push the test run button. The flash pattern will change to a continuously flashing Operation light and a number of flashes of the timer light which gives more detail on what the error is.

To get the unit to try to restart you need to push and hold the manual/auto button on the indoor unit for a few seconds then reset the mains power supply but leave it off for a minute or so for the unit to power down completely. If you are going to try this make sure you make a note of any error codes first if you have to get someone out to look at it, it will help them a lot.

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