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moat air conditioners suffer this fault after time
research has shown the the small plastic gears in the actuator , break teeth
the only repair is a new louvre actuator assembly unit if they are available from the service agent
Sounds like it could be low on freon I believe these units have about 1.5 pounds of freon in them and are critical in not undercharging or overcharging them if it is a freon 410 ac unit the pressures should be about 135 and both lines cold if is low on freon a service tec will need to be called to try to repair the leak if possiable
Might be best to have it looked at but if you want to try---see if a service manual and the part number for the motor are available---you may find it is a rather expensive part so research the unit and parts first.
Hello, the evap coil will freeze from either low airflow or low charge. I would clean the coils, check air filter and replace or clean if dirty. If you have a thermometer measure the air entering the ac and the air leaving the ac, the differance should be 15-20 degrees, measure this after cleaning the coils. If it still is below 15 degrees the unit is underchraged.
Would you be using this Air Conditioner, as Heat Pump-- and so, when you say it just stopped--- Is that meaning that it stopped supplying HEAT?
Or are you using for cooling purposes?
Thanks for telling us that yo have NOT serviced it in 4 years! You could pull the front cover off, and clean the filters-- Possibly a mouse or a bird or ?-- has built a nest in a wrong spot, and caused problems.
Give us some clues as to alarm lights, or sounds it used to make when you turned it on, versus what you hear now when you turn it on?-- any humming?-- clicking, etc.?
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hi,there is a problem commucating...possible one of the wires has gone bad....you will need to to turn off all power to both units at the breaker at the panel or disconnect...you will need to go to walmart purchase a electronic test meter..they have one for 20.00 ..i bought one yesterday...yiu will need to remove one wire at a time from the indoor unit...get a piece of paper befor removing any wires...mARK NUMBERS....
We are not associated with any manufacturer. We only offer free service assistance. Ice formation indicates insufficient air flow. Clean or replace your air filter. Make sure you do not have unit set to draw in outside air while operating. This should be a Fix-Ya for your air conditioner.