Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
Hi there, Would this be a preheat / comfort pro APU? If so I would start with removing the top cover on the APU. There will be a fuse holder with a 20 amp fuse on the back wall on the left side of the APU above the APU controller. Check and see if the fuse is blown. If it's not then the CCU board under the bunk/ bed isn't seeing power. Either 12v harness or the communication harness both from the APU controller to the CCU board are rubbed on the frame, or the CCU board isn't transferring power properly. The CCU board is under the bunk. There are 4 3/4 bolt's that hold the lid on. Start the APU and look at the board you should have green light's light up. these light's are called input light's. Then chose a function on the driver control panel as in heat, a/c, low or high fan and see if they come on. If the driver control pane are showing the function on look down at the CCU board and see if there are orange light's on. these light's would be your output light's. There's a lot of cause's for this problem if you need further help feel free to ask. Thank's
Posted on Dec 01, 2013
I have same problem, on CCU I have only input lights on , why my output lights off(hvac not turning on) ?
Posted on Jun 19, 2014
Out sideboard faulty or indoor board. whats an apu?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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