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Re: Redirect please: COLORTRAK 2000 - WORKS OK, Very old
They say " beauty is in the eye of the beholder " ! At times,
I have older customers that want wooden floor models,but it
is a rare request.......older sets generally are not compatible
with modern equipment, therefore they have very little actual value or merit............if you could get a few dollars and the
recipient of the old-timer is satisfied...that's the ticket !!
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If the noise was coming from around your belt area there is one of two things it could be. The first thing it could be is your belt automatic tensioner. Another thing it could be is that another one one of your pulleys may be starting to go bad. This happens when the bearings start to fail. If you are no longer hear the noise I would say you should be fine for now, but if you are planning on taking any long trips I would have it checked before I left. I hope this helps you, and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
I called RCA's 800 number on the back of the owner manual--got a response that said to replace the unit since only the up-down channel changer buttons were not working. Using another remote (universal) now--cost only $5.
Most dehumidiers have a "Frost Guard" thermal protector on the condensor coil. This protector will turn the compressor off should the temperature fall below 65 degrees in the basement. The condensor fan will still continue to run anticipating the restart of the compressor.
Hence, 3 things could be wrong.
1. air temp.of basement is too cold
2. Frost guard could be faulty
3. Freon leak in condensor coil.
Assuring that basement temp. is above 65 degrees is about all you can do unless you have it checked out by a technician.
I did a little digging around on the internet and found out that if the basement (or where ever you have your unit) is in an area where the room temp might dip below 65 degrees the coils may start to become "too efficient" in pulling the moisture/humidity out of the air and it begins to freeze on the coils before it can drip off into the reservoir. The site said to turn off the unit and let it thaw out, then restart it and see if everything works ok after that. If the temperature gets too low you might need to warm up the air in the room/basement before it will operate correctly again/not continue to freeze up. Hope this helps. Mine just did the same thing but we've had some pretty cold weather recently and the basement is fairly cold as well.