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My nit will not always come directly on.It takes

My unit will not always come directly on.It takes a while sometimes. The little snowflake just blinks on the thermostat and nothing happens.

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Propably your unit is inverter,if it is has auto diagnosis and you must see this from the remote control.

Posted on May 05, 2010

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What does the snowflake mean on a Honeywell thermostat in cooling mode. Also had the problem in the heating mode.


The snowflake means it's cooling. If the outdoor unit is not running then the problem is likely outside.

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Flashing snowflake


The flashing snowflake means it is in the cooling mode, but is waiting for itself to 'time out' after a call for cooling. It should be about a 5 minute delay then should come on automatically. At that poing, the flashing snowflake becomes steady.

Try it one more time and set the timer on your smart-phone to ten minutes before you touch it again. If that time elapses and no cooling and it is still flashing there's possibly a problem in the thermostat that will necissitate replacement.

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What do symbols refer to ?


Are you sure the maple leaf isn't a snowflake?? The snowflake means cooling mode. The half moon means night time schedule and the waves mean the fan is on. The little flame indicates heating mode.

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Unit on wall is not getting cool, shows a snowflake, when I go outside our large AC is running but the little one is not


1. turn on the AC and go fast to the outdoor unit. hear the sound of the unit. if the compressor tries to start but it can't then you sould change the capacitor which is inside the outdoor unit.
2. Otherwise your compressor is damaged or there is a loose cable connection or one of the two printed circuits (inside-outside) has problem.

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Are all symbols on a/c the same


Ok the snowflake means that the unit is cooling. The sun means that the unit is heating, the raindrop means that the unit is dehumidifying, the fan means that the unit is using the fan only as ventilation without cooling or heating and the funny triangle looking thing is auto mode where the unit sets the mode automatically. The little bar in the middle displays fan speed and the two little arrow things next to it means that the fan is in auto mode where it sets the speed automatically. There I hope that that helps.

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That is a Time delay normal to keep the condensing unit from turning of and on to fast really save the life of the equipment

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Snowflake blinking in one zone


i saw that my snowflake was blinking while the unit was in the 5 minute lock out state (after power up), but went to steady after that.

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