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What do i do about the alarm light flashing on my cprb07xc7 air conditioner

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SOURCE: Air Conditioner cannot be turned on when power-light is flashing

The flashing light is a delay timer, usually activated when changing from heating to cooling and visa versa. The fact that the unit can only run from certain times shows that the timer is activated. You need to cancel the timer function on the remote.

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this is usually an indicator that there is a low side high side switch bad or low on freon. does the compressor kick in and out while it is running?

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I have an old Carrier N1340 air conditioner that works when switched on, green light flashes 4 times, for a few times then it shuts down. There is also a flashing red light inside that unit.


There will be a list of flash codes in your manual or on the inside cover of the unit indicating what the problem is eg. low pressure or high pressure alarm

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When the tank is FULL, the unit should automatically shut OFF and the FULL light will illuminate on the control panel. If that is not happening, the float valve inside the tank near the top, may be stuck in the DOWN position. Remove the bucket, look for the float valve and jiggle the handle to see that it moves freely and is not broken.

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