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I can't answer your question. I just wanted to mention a slightly different way of looking at things. Manufacturers increasingly over the last few decades tend to be accountant -led and therefore very concerned with profitability. This means manufacturers do not make things better than they absolutely need to be, taking into account the projected market price and that of competitors.

These days equipment is built down to a price and possibly a target weight/size and to be capable of a certain duty cycle. The duty cycle of some domestic equipment is appallingly low and even versions aimed at a business market is surprisingly low.

Industrially rated equipment tends to be the only equipment that is designed and built for a 100% duty cycle. It would be reasonable to expect any equipment that is designed and built for a 100% duty cycle, regardless of the destination market, would cost at least as much as industrially rated equipment. Domestic equipment is often considerably cheaper than industrial or business equipment and the lower price tends to manifest as a reduced duty cycle and/or a reduced lifespan.

It could be wise to adjust your expectations somewhat...

Heating &... | Answered 22 minutes ago


You would have noticed if anything serious had happened, such as puncturing the freon tubing.
So I believe most likely all that is left is that either electrical connections were disconnected and not restored properly, or a component was damaged by g-force shock.
What I suggest is turning the power off and try disconnecting and reconnecting the wires.
Make sure there is no corrosion at the contacts, and use contact silicon on the outside connections.
You should also check that the outside fan is not binding and can turn freely.
Then when you try to operate it, notice if the compressor goes on, if the condenser outside get hot, etc.
Before we can tell what is the problem, we need to know if any and all parts that are working.
As a final suggestion, it is possible components were disconnected and connected while there was still power to the system. If so, then arcing could damage any solid state controller or relays.
If so, then you would have to bring or send them in for diagnosis in the shop.

Heating &... | Answered 2 hours ago


Be more specific. There's 100's of outdoor control boards.

Heating &... | Answered 8 hours ago


You need a simple relay. But, if you want it to run and never stop temporarily, take the black wire off the relay on the board ( the wire that goes back to the 240 side of the transformer and run it straight to the speed tap from the motor that's connected to the relay. I'll help you with the relay when you get when but this will make it run provided the board or relay is bad.

Goodman Heating... | Answered 8 hours ago


HI
MY HITACHI WAC MODEL for 1.5 lr, DISPLAY SHOWING E9 ERROR CODE. ALREADY COMPLAIND TO HITACHI CUSTOMER CARE, BUT NOT GETTING POSITIVE RESPONSE. NOW CAN YOU PLESAE LET ME KNOW WHAT DOES THAT (E9) ERROR MEANS AND HOW TO RESOLVE THE SAME?.
THANKS

Heating &... | Answered 9 hours ago


You have a ignitor problem .Replace the ignitor .Is it a direct spark or a glow type .My guess it's a glow type .About the fan issue sometimes fan would stay running for maybe a minute even after you turn the fan mode ofg

Heating &... | Answered 11 hours ago


That's usually spiral duct. Fancy looking duct installed where there is an open ceiling.

Heating &... | Answered 15 hours ago

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