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Check the circuit breakers for the indoor fan. If you have power to the fan then you might have a bad capacitor or bad fan motor. Make the power is off and see if the fan rotates freely by hand. You can use a multimeter to check the capacitor and the fan motor. If it is not any of these you can look at the fan relay to see if it is working.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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6 - DC Peak Error
• Supplied power is not normal
• Comp Connector (CN-U,V,W) is disconnected or inserted to wrong
• Compressor is damaged (coil short) ? replace compressor
• Too much Refrigerant
• Defect in outdoor pcb assembly ? replace pcb assembly
Try turning power off to external unit, usually resets diagnostics and runs OK. If not PCB external unit likely culprit, replace!
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