You answered me about my a/c heating unit by GE, with no model number. Between the fan, a/c and heat, the heat was the only part that worked. You needed to know if it was central air or a window unit. It is actually through my wall. The only parts on it I can actually see are the two knobs, six buttons and the round filter. I don't know if this helps but thanks for trying.
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Hummm. A bit difficult to solve this problem. Seems like the condenser outside is not working, I mean the fan of the condenser. Looks like you have a wall A/C and a wall A/C always have condensers outside the house and near the A/C. Have you checked if the fan is spinning? I don't think the compressor is at fault but check it anyway. You should be able to hear the compressor running either in the wall unit or in the outside condenser housing. The only heat you should feel is from the condenser itself. If you blows warm air, that means the fan is working, if not that means the fan is not working. But don't be confused with the fan not working because in winter time sometimes the fan is not working and some times it does. As I said, it's a difficult problem to solve but at least start with checking the situation with the fan in the condenser.
Hi, the schematic would be in the indoor unit, but I am assuming its gone since you are looking for the ladder schematic for the heat strips and fan control. You might try this number for a schematic, 1-888-441-6942, Route A/C and they may be able to help you on this diagram. The number you are showing does not look like any model number at all. For both the indoor and outdoor units on the Intertherm, would look something like this...., P3RA-024k for the model number, and the serial number would be right below it. Both should be very easy for you to locate. It is very hard to find schematics for units once they are gone, as some tech's like to take them off units to go home and try and study them!!, unreal! Makes it hard to troubleshoot when you need it. Try to find numbers like I have noted, and call this number as they will answer questions you may have concerning yours. I hope the best for you and would like for you to rate me, as I know you will be kind. Please keep me posted on this as maybe I can help you solve this fan relay problem you have? Sincerely, Shastalaker7 A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor
the compressor is controled seperately from the fan, this is done with the thermostat, try turning the thermostat on then of or untill you hear the "click" sound from the thermostat. If the compressor is still not turning on this may be more than you can fix if your not familiar with electrical hvac troubleshoting... more than lilkely the thermostat may be bad, or your compressors starting components are failing...if the compressor is comming on when the unit is turned on you could have a freon leak causing no heat. hope this may help some there is just too much to write on the causes this will give you a start though!!
Heat pumps have saftey circuits that prevent liquid flooding of the compressor. Inadequate airflow across the evaporator in cooling can trip this circuit. Have your package unit serviced with particular attention to cleaning the evaporator coil and be sure your filters are clean and changed frequently in the summer months. Hope this helps GL!
if it is a heat pump it could be a couple of difrent problems .thermo stat or the transformer that goes to the thermostat would be the most likely cause for thi prroblem is the air conditioner central or window unit?