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Outdoor refrigerator Do i need to take my outdoor refrigerator indoors in the winter?  Is it better to leave it running or not if I keep it outdoors.

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Take it inside
or the temperature difference damages it

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My grandparents on both sides had refrigerators outdoors but out of the weather, never had any problems. The box actually has a very easy life outdoors when it's cold, it doesn't have to work very hard at all.

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How do I get the fault codes up on a Panasonic split air conditioning system CUE24FKR


14.2.2 To Make a Diagnosis1 Timer LED starts to blink and the unit automatically stops the operation.
2 Press the CHECK button on the remote control continuously for 5 seconds.
3 "- -" will be displayed on the remote control display.
Note: Display only for "- -" (No signal transmission, no receiving sound and no Power LED blinking)
4 Press the TIMER ? or ? button on the remote control. The code "H00" (no abnormality) will be displayed
and signal will be transmit to the main unit.
5 Each press of the button (? or ?) will increase error code
number and transmit error code signal to the main unit.
6 When the latest abnormality code on the main unit and
code transmitted from the remote control are matched,
Power LED will light up for 30 seconds and a "beep" sound
(continuously for 4 seconds) will be heard. If no codes are
matched, Power LED will light up for 0.5 seconds and no
sound will be heard.
7 The breakdown diagnosis mode will be canceled unless
pressing the CHECK button continuously for 5 seconds or
operating the unit for 30 seconds.
8 The LED will be off if the unit is turned off or the RESET
button on the main unit is pressed.
Diagnosis
display Abnormality / Protection control Abnormality
Judgement Emergency operation Primary location to verify H00 No abnormality detected - Normal operation H11 Indoor / Outdoor abnormal communica
tion > 1 min after starting
operation Indoor fan operation
only • Internal / external cable connections
• Indoor / Outdoor PCB H14 Indoor intake air temperature sensor
abnormality Continue for 5 sec. - • Intake air temperature sensor (detec
tive or disconnected) H15 Outdoor compressor temperature sensor
abnormality Continue for 5 sec. - • Compressor temperature sensor
(detective or disconnected) H16 Outdoor Current Transformer open cir
cuit - - • Outdoor PCB
• IPM (Power transistor) module H19 Indoor fan motor mechanism locked 7 times occurance
continuously - • Indoor PCB
• Fan motor H23 Indoor heat exchanger temperature sen
sor abnormality Continue for 5 sec. O
(Cooling only) • Heat exchanger temperature sensor
(detective or disconnected) H24 Indoor heat exchanger temperature sen
sor 2 abnormality Continue for 5 sec. - • Heat exchanger temperature sensor
(detective or disconnected) H27 Outdoor intake air temperature sensor
abnormality Continue for 5 sec. O • Outdoor temperature sensor (detec
tive or disconnected) H28 Outdoor heat exchanger temperature
sensor abnormality Continue for 5 sec. O • Outdoor heat exchanger temperature
sensor (detective or disconnected) H30 Outdoor discharge air temperature sen
sor abnormality Continue for 5 sec. - • Outdoor temperature sensor (detec
tive or disconnected) H33 Indoor / Outdoor wrong connection - - • Indoor / Outdoor supply voltage H38 Indoor / Outdoor mismatch (brand code) H50 Ventilation motor abnormality 7 times occurance
continuously - • Indoor PCB
• Ventilation motor H51 Nozzle lock abnormality 2 times occurance
continuously - • Nozzle H52 Limit switch abnormality - - • Indoor PCB H97 Outdoor fan motor mechanism locked 2 times occurance
within 30 minutes - • Indoor PCB
• Fan motor H98 Indoor high pressure protection - - • Air filter dirty
• Air circulation short circuit H99 Indoor heat exchanger anti-freezing pro
tection - - • Insufficient refrigerant
• Air filter dirty F11 Cooling / Heating cycle changeover
abnormality 4 times occurance
within 30 minutes - • 4-way valve
• V-coil F90 PFC control 4 times occurance
within 10 minutes - • Voltage at PFC F91 Refrigerantion cycle abnormality 2 times occurance
within 20 minutes - • No refrigerant
(3-way valve is closed) F93 Compressor rotation failure 4 times occurance
within 20 minutes - • Compressor F95 Cool high pressure protection 4 times occurance
within 20 minutes - • Outdoor refrigerant circuit F96 IPM (power transistor) overheating pro
tection 4 times occurance
within 30 minutes - • Excess refrigerant
• Improper heat radiation
• IPM (Power transistor) F97 Outdoor compressor overheating protec
tion 4 times occurance
within 10 minutes - • Insufficient refrigerant
• Compressor F98 Total running current protection 3 times occurance
within 20 minutes - • Excess refrigerant
• Improper heat radiation F99 Outdoor Direct Current (DC) peak detec
tion 7 times occurance
continuously - • Outdoor PCB
• IPM (Power transistor)
• Compressor

Note:
"O" - Frequency measured and fan speed fixed.
The memory data of error code is erased when the power supply is cut off, or press the Auto Switch until "beep" sound heard following by pressing the "CHECK" button at remote controller.
Although operation forced to stop when abnormality detected, emergency operation is possible for certain errors (refer to Error Codes Table) by using remote controller or Auto Switch at indoor unit. However, the remote controller signal receiving sound is changed from one "beep" to four "beep" sounds.

Oct 13, 2017 | Panasonic Heating & Cooling

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How to troubleshoot thermostat wiring?


I'm not sure if the thermostat is wired correctly. First, the thermostat is wired directly to the outdoor unit (compressor/condenser unit). It is NOT directly connected to the indoor unit. It connects to a low voltage control panel in the outdoor unit that sends a signal to your indoor fan/evaporator. This wire is called the fan relay switch and physically runs between the low voltage controls of the indoor and outdoor units. If the fan relay is bad it's possible that the unit runs continuously. To prevent destroying your outdoor unit there is a safety feature that prevents the indoor fan from shutting down while the outdoor unit is running. If the indoor fan did shut down while the outdoor unit was running than you would slug your compressor. That is, your compressor normally sees refrigerant gas but is instead seeing refrigerant liquid. That would not be good since this scenario would destroy your compressor. It sounds like a faulty fan relay. The actual contactor portion of the relay is in the outdoor unit.

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How do I connect my split? the manual is not written in English and the signs on the body of the tower is not in english too.


Refrigeration lines need to be flared & connected. Give 220Volts to the outdoor unit & run the line voltage "comm" wire from the outdoor to the indoor unit, matching lettered post to correct wire. Pull vacuum on refrigeration lines, break the vacuum with refrigerant, and open the outdoor king valves. Start system.

Dec 15, 2013 | Samsung Heating & Cooling

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Why is Mr Slim MS-SGF24VC outdoor unit working when indoor unit off


Possibly a bad control board in the outdoor unit. Pull the disconnect outside to stop machine, wait 10 seconds and out back in. White mist was likely frost built up on indoor coil due to condenser running without the fan.

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Jun 11, 2017 | Heating & Cooling

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I have a Mitsubishi heat pump that runs well but the outdoor unit does not defrost what could be the problem.


Why does my heat pump ice up in Winter?
Heat pumps naturally ice-up in the winter. It is normal for the entire coil to be covered in a white frost and even light ice, during cold weather conditions. However, it is bad for the entire unit to be encased in ice. This indicates ductless heat pump problems which should be addressed quickly to save energy and avoid serious damage to your ductless unit. These systems should periodically go into a defrost cycle. This keeps the unit running efficiently. If the coils are blocked by ice, proper heat transfer between the coil and the outside air will not occur.
How does the defrost mode work?
When the mini split heat pump goes into defrost, the reversing valve inside of the outdoor unit is energized, switching the system from heat to the air conditioning mode. The outdoor coil becomes the hot, the indoor coil becomes cold, and both - the outdoor and indoor fans shut off. This allows the outdoor coil to melt accumulated ice. When the built-in micro-computer analyzes that all ice have been melted, the heat pump heating system goes back to heating mode.
sanyo-mini-split-defrost.pngA cloud of water vapor may be seen rising over the outdoor unit and a "whoosh" sound can be heard as the refrigerant reverses direction. The entire process usually takes up to 10 minutes (depending on conditions).
How often does the system goes into defrost mode?
Ductless mini-split heat pumps have different ways of determining when to go into defrost. The built-in microcomputer determines outdoor temperature, refrigerant pressures, and several other factors. In colder temperatures the system will go into defrost more often than in warmer.
If a ductless mini split heat pump is severely iced-up in the winter it is possible that it isn't defrosting (though there could be many other causes). Let the manufacturer certified technician check your system

Oct 29, 2011 | Mitsubishi Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air...

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I have a goodman self contained heat pump that is 3 and 1/2 years old. I wake in the night to hear what sounds like the fan runnning and running and running and air moving thru the vents. Then I will hear...


Heat pumps are a very efficient design when working properly. But lose efficiency the colder it gets outdoors. I usually tell people when it drops below freezing to turn the thermostat to aux or em. heat. A heat pump can remove heat from 20°f air. But not very well. More heat at 30°f air, obviously, and so on. So the colder it is outdoors, the longer it will operate to remove heat from outdoors. And then, if it can't keep up, it brings on the electric heat elements to compensate. Now you are running both outdoor and indoor heat. This is where it's inefficient and costly. Also, the outdoor will start to freeze up. This is normal unless you can see a substantial amount of ice. The heat pump will engage defrost mode, cycling on the electric heat indoors. And defrost mode is actually cooling mode! The reversing valve in the heat pump switches to cooling mode, cycles off the outdoor fan, and defrosts for a set time or temp. So now your electric heat is engaged, and your indoor coil is a COLD coil! Not hot! Very inefficient. These 2 things are why your elec bill is higher in the winter. So it makes sense to me, if the elec heat is going to be on anyway, to move the tstat to aux or em. heat, when it's going to be below freezing outdoors. This will turn off the heat pump and use elected heat only. The only down side to this is, if you don't have enough elec heat to keep you warm, you may need both heat pump and elec heat. So trial end error until you find what works. Also, have a qualified tech check the system for operation and efficiency. Hope this helps!

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My Goodman GSC130361DE 60 Htz has problem with coils iceing up. Cleaned several times.


Hi, I am assuming you are talking about the indoor coil icing up when you are in cooling. The reason I am asking this as this appears to be a heat-pump and they will ice up in the winter at the outdoor unit. I will go with the indoor coil. If the indoor fan is blowing up to speed and you have cleaned the indoor coil but still have this ice forming, it could very well be that you are low on freon. This will also cause the suction line, the large copper line outdoors to ice and on into the indoor coil. This will happen if you have developed a leak some where. Also, make sure you have good strong return air coming back through the air filter, because if you have problems with the duct work like holes from varments, or you have had any repairman around the duct work, sometimes they will flatten it causing no air flow and you will have ice. My bet is you are low on gas. Shut the unit off to make sure it has no ice on the coil, and go to the outdoor unit. Have someone turn it to cooling and put your hand above the fan on the condenser coil. The air should start to get warm and then hot if the freon level is ok. This also depends on the outdoor temperatures. The hotter it is outdoors, the hotter the air will be. If it is rather cool, around lets say 75*F, and this copper suction line is starting to form ice, the problem is it is low on freon. In this case, this is something you will need to call a tech out to charge the unit. You have to be certified and be able to buy the right freon which is only available to a/c and refrigeration tech's. If this is a heat -pump, and it is winter where you are and the outdoor coil is icing up, let me know and I can go through the steps to check this out. I do believe this is a summer problem where you may be, but you never know unless you ask. Please don't forget to rate me on this post as I am sure you will be kind. I wish I could save you a tech call, but if its low and you have cleaned the indoor coils, and filter is clean, then this is the problem.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor

Sep 26, 2010 | Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner

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Split unit, I get heat but no cold


I have run into this with the LG brand systems. try shutting power off to the outdoor unit to reset all units. If problem persists, it could have to do with a charge level of refrigerant (freon) or possibly a failed control board.

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May 16, 2009 | Fujitsu 24R1 Air Conditioner

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Outdoor unit will not run


Some air conditioners have a thermostat that will not allow the compressor to run below a certain out side tempature as it will cause liquit to come back into the compressor(called slugging) and damage or destroy it.  

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Dec 14, 2008 | Hitachi RAS-09UH Air Conditioner

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Heat/ac pump


- If it is a high wall unit yep under charge refrigerant is one of the cause.
- Out of range thermistor is also can also be the cause of tripping outdoor unit with matching blinking light same as low refrigerant.
- Dirty indoor and outdoor can also be the cause
HOW TO CHECK IF YOUR UNIT IS OUT OF FREON
- If your indoor and outdoor is clean start the unit in cool mode and monitor the outdoor pipes. If your suction pipe is icing or dry then your unit is under charge, but if your suction is cold and sweating then the system is ok and sure that the thermistor sensor is defective.


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Jan 08, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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