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Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air Conditioner: Has an alarm P6...

Has an alarm P6

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SOURCE: Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air Conditioner: Indoor unit blinks on and off what is the problem?...

continuous flash is frost prevention ...clean the filter & switch fan to high

flashes once every 2 sec could be room air sensor contact loose/short...call dealer

flashes 2x every 2 sec is indoor coil sensor contact loose/short...call dealer

flashes 3x / 2sec sensor contact problem, or compressor overload protection trip or gas leak...call dealer

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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SOURCE: its not working and flashing P6. Its a Mr Slim

dear sir/madam i think.... mr Slim A control R407c & R410a systems.
P6 = indoor coil frost protection in cooling or indoor coil overheat protection in heating.

Cooling
One of the 2 indoor coil sensors reads minus 15 deg C for 3 mins.
Heating
One of the indoor coil sensors reads over 70 deg C.

If you are sure the refrigerant charge is correct & system operation is correct then it could be a coil temperature sensor reading wrong temperature.
If you have one of those little monitor things which plug into the outdoor circuit board you can monitor the indoor coil temperature.
On later type remote controllers you can get all operating data like temp sensor data but you will need a service manual to do this.
Or you can measure the ohms resistance of the temp sensors & compare with the chart in the service manual. if you can do it by yourself do if not then contatct ot mitsubishi maintenance personnnel for furhter action, thank you hope answer the question please vote!

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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Its not working and flashing P6. Its a Mr Slim


dear sir/madam i think.... mr Slim A control R407c & R410a systems.
P6 = indoor coil frost protection in cooling or indoor coil overheat protection in heating.

Cooling
One of the 2 indoor coil sensors reads minus 15 deg C for 3 mins.
Heating
One of the indoor coil sensors reads over 70 deg C.

If you are sure the refrigerant charge is correct & system operation is correct then it could be a coil temperature sensor reading wrong temperature.
If you have one of those little monitor things which plug into the outdoor circuit board you can monitor the indoor coil temperature.
On later type remote controllers you can get all operating data like temp sensor data but you will need a service manual to do this.
Or you can measure the ohms resistance of the temp sensors & compare with the chart in the service manual. if you can do it by yourself do if not then contatct ot mitsubishi maintenance personnnel for furhter action, thank you hope answer the question please vote!

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MMy Mitsubishi Mr. Slim Air conditioner is


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Here is where you can find all the info you will ever need about Mitsubishi Air Conditioning units...
Check out this tip that I wrote about that...

Mitsubishi Air Conditioner Troubleshooting and Repair
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5643983-mitsubishi_air_conditioner

heatman101

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Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air Conditioner: Indoor unit blinks on and off what is the problem?...


continuous flash is frost prevention ...clean the filter & switch fan to high

flashes once every 2 sec could be room air sensor contact loose/short...call dealer

flashes 2x every 2 sec is indoor coil sensor contact loose/short...call dealer

flashes 3x / 2sec sensor contact problem, or compressor overload protection trip or gas leak...call dealer

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