Question about Whirlwind FH-778 Air Conditioner
Amana AC RHE 42A2D unit with heat pump. about 8yrs old Unit was working fine one afternoon then after a while I noticed the room was getting hot, the unit was pushing out hot air as if it was in heat mode. I was told that the coil on reversing valve can be ann issue so I replaced this.........Unit is still running hot Both copprt pipes running from the Handler to the Outside unit is very hot. Dont know what else to do to resolve it.
any assistance would be appreciated
These valves do get stuck. They energize for cool and in the dead postion they heat. Your valve is stuck or not energized. Can you here it click or try to energize. If you dont hee the click you do not have voltage to the valve. The valve is powered thru the defrost board. So that might be your problem. If you have voltmeter. Take the two wires off the valve and turnit on cool you should get 24 volts. If you have 24 volts the valve is bad. If you do have voltage to the valve tap the valve while energized and sometimes this will loosen them up. If the board or valve is bad you will have to call a service tech. Russ There is only so much you can do.
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