20 Most Recent Haier Energy Star ESA3183 Air Conditioner Questions & Answers


Error "FL" is coming It is not going by applying suggesstion in your booklet kindly enlighten

Haier Energy... | Answered on Jul 24, 2017


You have a serious wiring issue which needs to be rectified.
A possible short circuit in the system which could lead to a dangerous situation.

Haier Energy... | Answered on Apr 11, 2017


That's a complicated system that needs a qualified technician to service it. Lots of people can install them and they run fine, for a few years. Your indoor unit, operating on 2 heat elements, will feel like its blowing cold air even though its heating, just not so well. And not like you are accustomed to. Each element (5kw)=22.7amps, on average. So 3 elements operating should trip a breaker. Its probably been operating on 2 heat element plus the heat pump. And now you have trouble with the heat pump. If you can't TRUST the guys working on your equipment, try someone else. A second opinion. Normally a 3 or 4 ton unit will have 15kw heat installed, heatpump or not. 5 ton, 20kw. If yours is a 3-4ton, cooling, the 100amp(or normally two 60 amp) breaker should have been installed upon equipment change out. If yours is blowing cold all the time, something is wrong with your heatpump. The electric heat inside operates only when the heatpump can't keep up(real cold outside), the heatpump is in defrost(then it's actually in cooling mode), or if you have the tstat in aux/em. heat. Try a local trane dealer? Of a technician with 15-20 yrs under their belt. A trane dealer should have trane tech support also. BIG HELP!!!

Haier Energy... | Answered on Mar 01, 2017


Unfortunately, Haier for whatever reason, does not include any of the error codes in their literature. To find out what E3 means and the solution, contact Haier Customer Support 1-877-337-3639, Have the correct model number handy when you call.

I hope this helped you and thanks for choosing FixYa.

Haier Energy... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015


Many heating/cooling ducts are metal, so they conduct noise quite readily from the air-handling unit to your rooms. To break the conduction of sound, you can have a heating contractor insert flexible insulation ductwork between the heating/cooling system and the ductwork runs. If you hear a pinging or popping sound coming from the ductwork, this may be caused by thermal expansion or by air blowing past a loose flap of metal. Track along the duct runs, listening for the sound. If you find it, make a small dent in the sheet metal to provide a more rigid surface that?s less likely to move as it heats and cools.

Haier Energy... | Answered on May 07, 2015


My system will run for a short period and then suddenly trips the circuit breaker in the main panel for the heat pump.

I have a Goodman - 3 ton system about 8 - 9 yrs old. I'm being told that I need to replace the heat pump/air conditioner compressor?

What do you think?

Haier Energy... | Answered on Mar 06, 2013


usually due to high humidity in the conditioned space. if you dont smell smoke or heat let ir run and see if it stops when it gets the humidity under control

Haier Energy... | Answered on Oct 04, 2012


Squealing sounds from a forced-air heat pump generally occur when the belt that connects the motor to the fan slips. If the blower is making a grinding noise, shut off the unit and call a heat pump repair technician --the motor's bearings are probably shot. In most cases, the belt is improperly aligned or worn and needs replacement. Follow the instructions in your owner?s manual (if you don?t have one, contact the manufacturer and ask for one). This job involves removing the access panel, loosening a couple of bolts that hold the blower motor at the proper tension, and realigning or adjusting the belt. In many cases, it?s a good idea to remove it and buy a replacement at the hardware store. When reinstalling the belt, be careful not to over-tighten it--this can wear out the motor bearings.

Haier Energy... | Answered on Sep 06, 2012


depending on the current conditions inside it appears to be wotking fine with the heat load. what I am saying is -is that the air coming out of the unit shuld be about 15-20 degree lower than the temp of the room .. close all unused room s and it will do its job.. Hope this helps let me know Jon

Haier Energy... | Answered on Jul 27, 2011


the e8 code has something to do with getting the control board wet. When u try to operate it with the controls on the unit nothing happens. But u can still use the remote to turn it on and adjust the fan and cooling settings. It may have collected some moisture or condensation or if you wer cleaning it it got wet. It should all work again once it dries out.

Haier Energy... | Answered on Jul 22, 2011



Hi,


Here is a tip that gives a further explanation of that E-1 code. The causes of the E-1 code can be varied depending or the brand of your air conditioner.

Read through this tip... it will help you understand what is happening with your window air conditioning unit and give you some things to try to help you get your problem resolved.

E-1 Code on Window Air Conditioning Units

heatman101

Haier Energy... | Answered on Apr 15, 2011

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