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Check your indoor room and coil temp, may be defective. your ac requires wet service with some gas top up. First service your unit and run. If it runs smoothly, your problem solved. If less cooling short of gas. Tap up gas.

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Fujitsu asta18lcc has a constantly fast flashing green light and the red light flashes slower 5 times with a small gap between each 5 flashes. Unit wont work at all apart from lights.


The red light (operation) flashing 5 times can be one of four things depending on the green light (timer) but the green light should flash at the same rate as the red light, not faster - either 2,3,5 or 6 times. Anything other than these is abnormal and you will need a tech to diagnose.
Could be a faulty controller board or compressor.

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Fujitsu asta24 Lcc timer light flashing all the time even when off no cool air coming thru


A continuous blinking timer light is a "model error" meaning the indoor and outdoor unit is mismatched. If the timer light flashes a number of times, pauses, then repeats, count the number of flashes and then you can work out the error code.

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Fujitsu inverter ASTA34JFC NOT BLOWING COLD AIR TIMER LIGHT FLASHES AT TIMES


Count how many times the timer light flashes before it pauses and repeats. The number of flashes will give an error code to diagnose the problem. Confirm the number of flashes is correct because one flash number out will be a completely different problem.

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Model ASTG 34LFCC Economy flashes constantly green then Operation flashes once followed by Timer light flashing once unit will not start up at all even after resetting RCD


Owner's manual flashing number of times probably is an error code. Owner's manual troubleshooting probably will explain the
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MY FIJITSU inverter is not working correctly, the timer light is flashing continuously and the timer lights flashes 5 times can anyone help pleawe


fujitsu is a good brand.
try one of these two things:

Turn the unit off then on again. After that press test button on remote control (rear side) and look how many times now operation and timer LED flashes. Note that. Then press MANUAL/AUTO button on indoor unit until you hear 3 beeps from buzzer. That will erase error memory.
Switch off and than on unit and see if indication repeat or it is gone. If it is gone, keep using your unit.
If it is repeated post your notes here.

OR+++++++++++++++++++++FOR OTHER MODELS

5 x Operation flash and a constant Timer flash indicates an outdoor unit control error. With this code flashing on the indoor unit, you need to point the remote at the unit and push the test run button. The flash pattern will change to a continuously flashing Operation light and a number of flashes of the timer light which gives more detail on what the error is.

To get the unit to try to restart you need to push and hold the manual/auto button on the indoor unit for a few seconds then reset the mains power supply but leave it off for a minute or so for the unit to power down completely. If you are going to try this make sure you make a note of any error codes first if you have to get someone out to look at it, it will help them a lot.

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Noma timer e250981


If lights are flashing, then photo eye might be exposed to too much light, causing photoeye electronics to think it's daytime, and so lights go off.
But then it's dark, and photoeye turns lights on again.
The cycle repeats all night because 2-4-6-8 hour off setting starts over each time lights turn on.
Or maybe timer is defective.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#outdoor
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Photo-eye-troubleshoot.pdf

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On Sony the standby or red is for shutdown---

If you unplug the set and plug it back and turn it on and it repeats this look to see if the light is either constantly blinking or blinking a specific number of blinks---specific number would be an error code.

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Thinking of getting the TI150 3-in-1 Timer - Can it set to repeat a countdown over and over?


Review at Amazon seems to say the timer can repeat the same countdown each time button is pushed and countdown is activated.

Amazon review says:
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The timer is easy to set. You just set the time, then hit the big "start/stop" button and the little "H" and "M" on either side of the timer display flashes.

To clear the timer, just hit both the "h" and the "m" buttons simultaneously. (so time has to be cleared)
To stop the alarm or to turn off the timer before the alarm sounds just hit the "start/stop" button.

On the back of the timer, there are 4 different on/off switches: flashing light alarm, sound alarm, vibrating alarm, and one for hours/minutes or minutes/seconds.

When I set the timer on my desk, it moved around when the alarm went off but when I turned off the vibrating function, the timer didn't move around.

If you need to turn off both the sound and vibrating alarms and use only the flashing light alarm, the light is quite noticeable by itself if placed nearby in your line of sight (within a foot or so). This would be very handy if you're near a sleeping baby! :) But if you clip it on a breast pocket, I would use both the flashing light and vibrating alarms. The vibrating alarm does make a sound, but it's not as loud as the ringing alarm.

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We have the intermatic timer Model EJ351 and when I go to set the timer at the beginning it does not flash. It is when I start from off to on. Mary Ann


Mary Ann:

It appears that it will start flashing when you move from off to on. Here are the directions from the web site.

Gary




Move the control lever to the OFF-CLEAR position for about

20 seconds. The red indicator light will go off and any previous

time settings will be cleared from memory.

Move the control lever to the ON position. The Red indicator

light will start flashing.

Rotate the time dial clockwise at least one click, stopping at

the half hour nearest to the present time.

NOTE: During programming, be careful not to press the

dial while turning it. If you press the dial, you will accidentally

set a wrong time.

Press the dial once to set the present time. The Red indicator

light will go off.

Rotate the time dial clockwise to the first desired ON time.

The Red light will pulse momentarily with each click.

Press the dial once to enter the ON time. The light controlled

by the switch timer will turn ON.

Rotate the time dial clockwise to the desired OFF time.

Press the dial once to enter the OFF time. The light controlled

by the switch timer will turn OFF.

Repeat Steps 5-8 for each additional ON/OFF setting.

Continue to rotate the time dial until the Red indicator light

comes ON and stays ON, indicating that the switch timer is in

AUTOMATIC mode.

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