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Mitsubishi wall unit srk50zg condenser src50zg air con not heating new install

Mitsubishi wall unit srk50zg condenser src50zg air con, new installation. Indoor unit works in cool mode (not as cool as it should be). Indoor unit does not operate on heat mode but the outdoor condenser does. The indoor unit does try to blow, no error codes or flashing lights. Fins on indoor unit move on cool but not on heat. Would lack of 410A give me this fault? I have been told to check valves around condenser. At this stage i am considering buying a new condenser just to get the job finished.

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Double check your wiring .if the indoor fan is not blowing then you either have an electrical issue OR bad blower motor .

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This can only be a gas problem.
the split units goes on on and off if a shortage of gas is involved, the chances that you would here it wont be that big for the fans would make too much noise.
get a repair man for a re gas and all is well.

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You may want to check that the pressure switch is not functioning? Secondly there is also a thermo sensor on the condenser coil which could be faulty.

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Hello rfrizzell,

My unit is giving me the same alarm. If you have found the solution, please email me at danielabrewster@yahoo.com

Thank you very much.

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SOURCE: air con indoor unit is flashing 6 times out door is off

Please specify the make and model of your unit.
If this is a LG inverter model.
The six flashes of the indoor unit light indicates a CH 06 alarm.
This alarm state indicates that the indoor unit pipe temperature sensor has measured a temperature out of range or the unit is protecting itself from this low temp state. Indoor unit coil temperature to low. Should it have reached a temperature of -5°C for longer that 30sec it will switch the machine off.

It could indicate that the unit refrigerant charge is too low or the sensor has gone out of calibration.

It should measure 5kΩ @ 25°C

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