Question about Soleus Heating & Cooling
First off you need to check the filters inside of the home, if they are dirty replace them. I would also check the condenser outside and see if it has a high pressure reset, this is usually on the smaller of the two copper lines coming from the compressor. It will look like a small valve with a button on the top or it will be in a gray case with a small metal stem that may be pushed in to reset. If the high pressure switch has been tripped most likley the condenser is dirty and it will need cleaned. To do this turn off the disconnect to the condenser, take the case apart to gain access using a garden hose rinse from the inside out thourghly.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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