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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes. If the gas is leaking the unit needs to be repaired and recharged. Recharging requires special license, tools and knowhow. Joe
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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Hi, the code E-4 = compressor failure do to one of its overloads. High pressure in system due to maybe a dirty coil, you can try and wash, compressors are going off on these overloads do to lack of service. Try cleaning condenser coils. It makes since that you have more then one that are doing this. Anyway, this is what the code means, and if cleaning the coils on the units does not get them back on line, you will need to have a certified tech check these units out internally to find what part of the units have your compressors locked out.
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Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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