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The compreor & indide unit run but do not

The compressor & inside unit run but do not hea.

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I would put the sysem into aux. or emergency heat. The outside temperature is probably to low to have the heat pump running cause low pressures in the refrigeration system. On the thermostat there should be an aux. or emergensy setting I woul switch the thermostat and then you will have heat.

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Why dose the front unit work fine and rear unit only blows air


There are lots of possibilities. Are you perhaps just running just the fan? Is the inside air below the thermostat setting? Is the compressor engaging? If the compressor is running, what is the current draw on the common line going to the compressor? A white tag on the housing should show the RLA for the unit. RLA: Acronym for "rated load amps". The maximum current a compressor should draw under any operating conditions. Often mistakenly called running load amps which leads people to believe, incorrectly, that the compressor should always pull these amps. You should never use the listed RLA to determine if the compressor is running properly or to condemn a compressor. The running amps of a compressor are determined by the evaporator temperature, condensing temperature and the line voltage.

If it is at the published specs for current draw then perhaps the just cleaning the evaporator and condenser will restore the unit if you can feel that the output of the compressor is nice and cold. Also a broken cover can make the unit not channel air properly through the condenser and evaporator. A missing baffle or large seams in the ducts portion that separate the intake from the outflow will cause the unit to recycle the cold air and not distribute the cooled air to the duct system.

If the compressor is not running, it could be a bad start capacitor or the temperature cutoff switch. It could also be a defective control board or thermostat. A test light on the output plug of the control board will help isolate the problem.

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I have a Rheem heat pump/air handler; it draws 2.9amps with only the fan running, 13amps when the heat pump is running and 38amps with the heat strips on. My question is why the unit draws that many amps...


Sounds like it must be about a 2.5- 3 ton system. The 13amps has to be the compressor draw -normal. and 38 on the strips- normal. 2.9 fan -normal.

You may want to check your wiring to see where the outside unit gets its power. Theres nothing inside that can draw 13 amps. That almost has to be the compressor power wire.

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Breaker keeps tripping on outside air conditioner unit


The compressor is probably drawing to many amps. Breaker could be weak also.. Need to check the amp draw on the compressor.

If the breaker is hot when it blows, the compressor is probably going bad.

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Kenmore elite side by side stopped cooling fridge and freezer.niether side is cold both sides are warm can hea fan running but no cold air everything has melted


replace the rtc overload contactor located on the compressors side body,just unplug off the compressor and plug in a new rtc,it supplies start and run power to the compressor,when its removed,shake it,if it rattles its another sign its bad

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Fans inside freezer will not turn - no cooling - compressor fan underneath is turning


The fans are controlled with a clixon that has a cut in at 5 degrees, and cut out at 20 degrees. If the unit is running and the fans are not comng on then I would have to say you are out of freon. But your condensor fan could be running and the compressor NOT be running which could be a problem with your compressor. Find out if your compressor is running by taking an amp draw. If compressor IS running then you are low on freon. If the compressor is running and your evaporator coil is cold and your fans AREN'T coming on then your clixon is bad.

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Dryer gets too hot


if it gets too hot with new limit you might need to take dryer to neighbors yard and blow out all lint from whole unit from the lint filter, blower, indide and exhaust hose and also check the flapper where the air goes outside
and blowing out the lint from an old dryer with an air compressor makes a BIG MESS
good luck

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I turn on the unit and in about 1 .5 min it trips the cb ,, I put a amp probe on the circuit and found out that after 1.5 the unit jumps up to 40 amps on a 15 amp breacker which the unit is rated for . the...


You are going to have to install a disconnect box next to the unit, with the proper sized fused disconnect inside, and have a new breaker installed at the panel, when the unit comes on, its the compressor that takes the most energy to run, the compressor at start up draws alot of amps, You will need to talk to an Electrician to do your breaker and disconnect work,

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When we turn on our central A/C the fan comes on & the compressor comes on for about 10 seconds & quits


Sounds like a compressor problem to me.Have you tried a hard start kit?This increases the starting torque.Put an amprobe around the common wire to the compressor and see the amperage draw is on start up.It sounds to me the compressor is cutting off on the internal overload.This is located inside the compressor on the common winding.There shoud be a tag on the condenser housing that gives you the info on the unit.Look for:FLA-full load amps,which is normal running amps and LRA-locked rotor amps,which tells you if the compressor is locked(bad).This will be a high number.If this is the case the compressor will have to be replaced.If it is an older A/C,I'd replace the condensing unit. And if possible, replace the indoor unit also.You'll be pleased with the results.Hope this helps. Gregg

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Compressor problem?


The buzzing is your compressor trying to start. It is going off on internal overload caused by heating up of the motor windings.If you have an amp meter you could check the amp draw of the comp against the locked rotor amps listed on the tag You could try to have someone test your run capacitor, which looks like a can. Could be round or oval with wires coming off it. Or try a hard start capacitor and relay to bust it loose if compressor rotor is stuck. If that doesn't do it the comp is bad.

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AC breaker trips after 10 minutes


Whats the amp breaker? Is this for the inside unit or the outside condenser? If the inside and gas heat you have a bad fan motor, If its an electric furnace , the same, but if its the outside unit, the fan could be going bad, locking up and the compressor still runs and pulls high ampsand tripps breaker or the compressor is just pulling too many amps due to plugged coils with dirt , grass or weeds blocking airflow.(koolbreezes74401@yahoo.com)

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