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SOURCE: hi the outdoor unit turns
My gut says that this is evidence of a bad control board(circuit board). As usual, double check that your batteries are good in the thermostat. I have seen some weird things happen when the batteries are low. This one may be a job for your local contractor.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
SOURCE: I recently had a new
It sounds like the compressor needs starting components installed on it. All a/c units have a run capacitor for the compressor and another one for the condenser fan motor. These motors use these capacitors all the time when the motor is running. However, in some cases, this capacitor isn't enough to get the compressor spinning initially. Starting components consist of two parts, a start capacitor and a potential relay. The starting components are wired in in series with the compressor run capacitor. When the compressor turns on, the start capacitor gives the compressor an extra "kick in the pants" to get it going, then as soon as the compressor is spinning, the potential relay disconnects the start capacitor from the circuit for the duration of the run time and resets when the compressor turns off. Most likely, your indoor unit has a thermal expansion valve (commonly known in the trade as a TXV). This valve maintains a somewhat substantial differential between the high side and low side of the compressor after the system turns off which can be difficult for the compressor to overcome without help. Right now the compressor is trying to come on, can't overcome the pressure, and is tripping it's internal overload to protect itself. Eventually, as the overload repeatedly trips and resets over and over, the compressor will finally get around to a position where it will start once in a while. I am not a gambling man and I would bet you money that this will solve your problem. If you would be so kind as to rate my solution "Fix-Ya".
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: York Mini-Split Not Cooling? : (
This can only be a gas problem.
the split units goes on on and off if a shortage of gas is involved, the chances that you would here it wont be that big for the fans would make too much noise.
get a repair man for a re gas and all is well.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
If your remote control have display but cannot transmit signal to the unit. Confirm first if the remote is really the problem, using your camera or cellphone camera as your eyes point the remote transmitter to your camera and "on" the remote. You should see light emits in your remote control, if no emitted light then the remote control is defective. But if there is a light the defect is in the unit receiver.
Check also if there is a reset or rst button in your remote control and reset it and try.
Check also if there are error codes in the unit, reset the unit by disconnecting the power supply in the unit for 10 sec. and "on" again and try.
The unit can be operate without remote control, use the manual button located in the unit.
If the remote control have no display replacement of remote is recommended.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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