20 Most Recent Bryant 463AAC005BA Air Conditioner Questions & Answers

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Liquid line is cool coming from condenser

If the compressor is running at 90 there should be hot air coming out of the condensing units fan, if not it could be damaged valves in the compressor especially if the suction line is colder than normal like ice cold.
Obviously if the compressor is not running then you have other electrical problems.
12/19/2021 2:54:16 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Dec 19, 2021
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Why water leaks from indoor unit from my godrej eco split ac

drain stopped up or pan bad
8/13/2015 4:28:15 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Aug 13, 2015
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Air conditioner went out during thunder storm and

check to make sure outside unit is running. power failures can damage alot. if it was running during storm.
8/5/2015 6:20:50 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Aug 05, 2015
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Bryant Model FY4ANF048

if you are running the a/c keep the fan on it will dry the insulation out but it will take awhile. not familiar with any water management kit. other then a sensor to shut off water if the drain stops up.
8/5/2015 6:03:51 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Aug 05, 2015
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The fan will not move on the outside unit.

contacts sticking fan will not turn when unit is on
5/14/2015 8:45:32 PM • Bryant... • Answered on May 14, 2015
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I have a bryant fin. 15 years old. not getting

Check the power to the outdoor AC...make sure it is running. If it is, someone will need to check to make sure the compressor is running and that the temperatures & pressures are good.
4/20/2015 7:25:17 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Apr 20, 2015
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Our Bryant heat pump is

The drain pan for the evaporator needs to be checked for cracks & make sure the evaporator is centrally lined up to the pan. Sometimes condensate shield are installed to manage the water blown off the evaporator coil. Generally with the evaporator housing open, check any signs of where water has been traveling ie rust lines or calcium deposit lines to determine were the water is coming from.
12/6/2013 7:05:20 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Dec 06, 2013
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My tsat in the house does not show that it has any

Hi there,
Yes Thermostat like any other electronic appliance wore out overtime.
If it has been 6 years old you may want to consider wether to have it repaired or replaced. New technologies of ac's offer a better economical and more eco friendly features than those made 5 years ago. The one thing you also would want to consider is the amount to pay if you're gonna have this repaired.
Hope this helps!
8/13/2011 7:54:58 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Aug 13, 2011
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I have a bryant #582A gas heat works good but i

4/4/2011 6:00:35 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Apr 04, 2011
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E1 error code on T6-PRH-A

E-1 Indoor room sensor defective. Replace it.
1/4/2011 10:55:12 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Jan 04, 2011
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I keep getting water leaking

If it is freezing up then it is for sure dripping outside the catch pan.. Have you been able to take the front cover off and see ice on the coil.... ?
8/21/2010 12:49:04 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Aug 21, 2010
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What causes the Txvee on a heatpump to hunt (r-22

The txv will hunt if it is oversized, undersized, loose or dirty bulb connection improper bulb location or system is overcharged or undercharged with refrigerant.
6/30/2010 1:31:30 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Jun 30, 2010
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Electricity went out during thunder storm.

Is this aforced Air System?
6/18/2010 3:13:08 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Jun 18, 2010
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The outside heat pump makes a continuous buzzing

Sounds like your condenser fan motor (outside unit) is 'froze up.' Bearings are probably bad. I would suggest having a Service Tech check it out.

Not much you can do yourself - maybe look for an obvious loose wire or something (if you do this be sure power is all off).

It's possible a 'fan capacitor,' (a small grey/silver thingamyjig about the size of an oversized cigerette lighter) is bad - (it will have a wire from the fan motor going to it) but - "not likely."

If it (fan cap) is bad - sometimes they will 'bulge' which is a dead giveaway that it is bad. In which case you could take it down to an AC parts house and get a replacement. If you do this - be sure 'all power is off,' and you mark the wires when your remove the old fan cap - and buy an exact replacement - so you can hook it back up correctly.

Again, the most likely problem is that the fan motor itself is bad - and needs replacing which will run about $200 if a Service Tech does it.

Note: it's possible that you have a 'blown fuse' or a 'tripped disconnect,' on your outside unit - so - I would make sure that your 'fuses/breakers' are all good too.

hope this helps
6/13/2010 8:40:57 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Jun 13, 2010
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My central air is barely blow cool air the house

Have a "Hard-Start" kit installed.
4/15/2010 2:23:48 AM • Bryant... • Answered on Apr 15, 2010
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The hot air won't circulate to upperstairs

2 possible causes. 1 there is a blockage in the ventilation system (possible collasped ductwork) or 2 the fan motor is going out. The motor could be going out due to the winding swelling as the motor is run heating the winding causing the windings to swell slowing the motors rpms.

Dave
2/22/2010 12:23:36 PM • Bryant... • Answered on Feb 22, 2010
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