We came home to a very cold house so my husband changed the filters. When we woke up the house was colder than the night before. How do we get it working again? My husband couldn't find the restart button. Is there anything else we need to do?
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use a screwdriver to remove the top housing (remove the screws holding the top housing on)... pull the top housing up off of the machine and reposition the spool pin and then reinstall the top housing.
Sounds like a faulty Tstat that's sending a low voltage signal to the contactor coil only sometimes. The high pressure cut out or the compressor's internal thermal protection could of opened, and then closed again after cooling. Make sure the condenser is clean and not obstructed.
The filter housing will have either a shut off valve before and after the housing or a valve on top of the housing that turns (Black). Shutoffs before and after. 1. Turn both valves off 2. Push the "red button" on top of filter housing and hold to relieve the pressure off housing. 3. Unscrew housing to the left (lefty loosey, Righty tighty) You should have a housing wrench. 4. Remove filter, clean housing, lubricate the o-ring with silicone lubricant. 5. Replace filter, Screw housing back on (Hand tighten only) 6. Open inlet valve (slightly) while holding down the "red button" to relieve air in housing. 7. Open inlet and outlet valves and you are back in business.
PS if the housing is very difficult to remove. 1. Shut off inlet valve 2. Open the nearest cold water faucet and let it run until no water 3. Shut off outlet and repeat procedure as above Good Luck, RJ 5.
The best way to do this is to shut the incoming water supply off. Open the closest cold water faucet to relieve the water pressure. Shut off the outlet valve. You will need a BB wrench. Push the RED pressure relief button on top of filter as you turn clockwise on the wrench. Lubricate the o-ring with silicone lube, clean filter housing and re-install filter. Only tighten housing hand tight. RJ
It sounds like your water system might need some filter housings installed?-- are there any filter housings in any of your water systems?-- If so, what are they accumulating-- what do you find, when you change filters.
Write back what you are finding.. If you have no filters, then let's install either ONE on your common cold water supply to the house-- or start with two at your washing machine. Which would be easier?- Write back-- Mack Baxter
make sure the system switch is in the cool position, then press run program button and allow a couple of minutes for system to cycle on, if it doesn't come on press the button for lowering the set point, set it to 72 degrees and then press the hold temperature key.