Yesterday my air conditioning was working fine, this morning I went to turn it on and all it will do is flash the green timer light three times. I had tried turning it off at the wall outside, making sure the timer is turned off, reset the remote and nothing seems to help. any ideas would be helpful.
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Indoor unit indicator
RUN lamp = 6 time flash
TIMER lamp = Comes on
Outdoor unit indicator (LED5) = Stays off
Description of trouble = Indoor fan motor error (2)
Cause = Defective fan motor, Connector poor connection
Conditions of flashing = When air conditioner is operating and indoor fan motor is turned ON, indoor fan motor speed of 400 rpm or under continued for more than 30 seconds. (Air conditioner stops.)
reset the unit by disconnecting the power supply for 10 sec. then "on" again and start the unit. If it wont work you need a qualified tech. to solve the problem.Some of your safety device might be defective.
We had a similar problem. The timer light would blink 3 times, pause,
then blink 3 times again, pause, and so on. The fan was blowing lots of
air out, but the air was not cold. The operation light was off.
The technician came and fixed it for free, since it's actually easy to
fix. He went to our circuit-breaker box, and cut power (from the box)
to the air conditioners for 30 seconds. Then, he restored power -
It's apparently because the air con goes into a "safety" mode when there's a power surge.
I had the same problem. The heater did not work in heating mode. However it was OK in air-conditioning mode. The operation light and the timer light blink twice and then the operation light blinks for 5 times followed by few seconds non blinking, then the cycle repeats again. I have read on the internet that you better unplug the power cord and then plug it again so that the heater re-sets itself. My only problem was that my heater is directly plugged to the power with no visible plug. So I went to the main distribution board and put off the power for about 20 seconds for the whole home. HOORAY!! The heater worked after that.