Thank you for your response. What do you mean by manually controlling the heat? Our builder installed it incorrectly and there is not much chance that we can get him to correct it. I am just trying to avoid rewiring through the walls as the thermostat is about 12-13 feet away from the unit.
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Re: Manaul Heat Control
24VAC Heat/Cool Single-Stage Heat Pump
A common heat pump system has the following wiring & connections:
Call For Auxiliary Heat
Force Fan On
Y or Y1
C/O or O
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E3 means that the heating element is operating when it should not be doing so. It may be caused by an older, weaker element that is taking too long to heat the water or the thermostat may be giving incorrect readings. Ensure you are using hot water to fill the machine (if tied to your faucet water supply, run the water until it is hot before starting the dishwasher). Information from the Belling manual:
If the heating element is still heating after the allowed time, then the control board will advance the programme to next step and at the end of the washing cycle the alarm buzzer will sound for 30 sec and the display will show E3.
When the control board detects that the heating element is operating during a non heating step or during the internal test the heating circuit is found to be open circuit then the alarm buzzer will sound for 30 sec and the control board will cease all functions except for the drain cycle which will run for 90 seconds and then E3 will be displayed on the control panel.
The system type has been incorrectly set during the installer setup. The t/stat thinks there is auxiliary heat equipment that is controlled by a signal on the Aux-E terminal which you obviously don't have. My recommendation would be to go to the Honeywell website and download a copy of the installation guide for the FocusPro 8000 and go through the installer setup again but select the appropriate system type under setup function 1.
Usually wen the led lights are blinking it means there is a problem. If you look on the door or the cover there should be a code that tells you what the blinking represents.
Example - one blink per second - compressor, two blinks - fan motor, etc. The other thing you can do is look up the model number on line for the installation manual and it should have all the info you need.
When you say you have no heat is this referring to nothing when control is turned on? Does fan work? or you have no hot air at all. If no fan could be a blown fuse [blower motor] thermostat could be installed incorrectly or faulty. Could be a faulty heater control valve if you have one not allowing hot water into heater core.
do you mean the heater isnt giving hot air or the blower motor doesnt work if you have no heat check prestone level in rad possible thermostat not working rad cap leaking pressure inside car vent not closing or opening is this a fully electric heater control or manual type with cables what i mean do you push a button forr heat or turn a knob on the heater if it is a knob its manual type and the cables run to your feet on the passenger side sometimes they pop out and the control stays at the last position or if push button type electric the heater control burns you have to take the control off to see if not burnt but for know check the traps are closing and opening
it sounds to me like the passenger side control knob needs to be exchanged. This or there should be a relay in the line that is faulty. try wiring the driver's side control to the wires coming into the passenger side control. If this doesn't work, then it may be a computer glitch.