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Heat Not Working

When control set to heat, the fan blows only cool ait. The heater coil does not turn on.

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Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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Hi,
Pls follow the step
1) Check your connector wire to the termostat (possible may be loose).
2) Set your thermostat up to 29C and set to heat control.
3) Check the connector wire to reversing vale (possible may be loose).
If they not solve the problem your Control Board have a problem,pls go to the nearest service center for repair.

Thanks & best regards

Edgz

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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