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No you don't need to. It is two different Modes, the AC Function blasts cold air and doesn't collect moisture inside. You may get a small amount of moisture when you turn it off, but minimal.

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F8 problem on voltas inverter a/c, How to solve this problem
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This sounds like a flame proving fault, so what's more than likely happening is the unit isn't sensing the flame. You'll see a small metal rod sticking down infront of the burner on the opposite side as the ignition source. Remove that rod, and clean it with some scotch bright. If you know how to work a volt meter you can test this part. Take the wire off the flame rod, place your meter leads in series with the wire and flame rod and set it to micro amps DC. Fire the unit up, and when your main burner lights you'll want to see a minimum of 1micro amp DC. If you're getting a higher reading than that and it still cycles I'd be suspicious of the grounding of the burner, or the ignition control! Good luck, let me know if you need any more instruction!

Heating &... | Answered 2 days ago


its probably correct. read the manual

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You have an obstruction in your fuel line. Lint or rust or some other debris, either in your main fuel filter which I hope you have or in the small one in the fuel sump on the lower right hand side (the little square hole below the round finger hole for the reset button). The screen is cleanable with air or brakekleen or both. Or it might be that your Constant Level Valve is tripping or has tripped. Push the button in the round hole on the lower right hand one time quickly (don't hold it down or press it several times slowly) and you should hear the float drop. Fuel should resume flowing to the fuel sump at that time.

Heating &... | Answered on May 21, 2020


Code for fujiaire 090

Heating &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


First you need to know the function of the capacitor.

Manufacturer's parts service could be a source of valuable information - link below...

https://expertappliance.com/armstrong-ac.html

Heating &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


The blinking is an indicator that it needs service. Call a technician! Ask if they are experienced in mini split systems. You can check the air filters. Check the outdoor coil to see if its clean or covered up with dirt. And at the breaker or disconnect, turn off power, wait 5 mins, and turn it back on. Then give it 3-5 mins to see if it will reset itself. If this don't work, call a tech/service provider! These units are troublesome to troubleshoot. It states a "communication error". This means the outdoor inverter board is not "talking" to your indoor unit or vise-versa. Could be a sensor or the inverter board. Or any other component wired to that board.

Heating &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


E1 - Internal RH/Temperature Sensor open or shorted
If you see the code 'E1' this means that the central computer of the dehumidifier is not receiving a good signal from the temperature / RH sensor
https://crawlspaceninja.com/blog/quick-guide-to-aprilaire-dehu-error-codes/

Heating &... | Answered on May 17, 2020


I never know what size capacitor until I pull it off and read the lavel.
Compressor or motor capacitor, both compressor and motor dual capacitor, there's different kinds.
After testing the capacitor and determining it does not hold charge, replace it and if it is a dual capacitor with one side bad, I end up rewiring for having two individual capacitors, keeping the old dual capacitor for its good side that still works and for future ease of repairs.
You did not specify which capacitor, it could be a 5 or a 25uf, dpending if its for fan or compressor motor and 370 or 440 volts. pull it off and find out. Take pictures before removing and mark the wires and terminals so it can be put back together as original.

Heating &... | Answered on May 16, 2020


After a busy summer, many homeowners wonder how to steam clean carpeting to reduce dust or remove stains and odors before the holidays bring company and guests to their homes. While you could certainly hire a pro to clean your carpets, it's not a difficult task to do yourself. Once you've properly vacuumed and prepared your room, you'll find the actual carpet cleaning goes rather fast. Plus, the results are so impressive that it's a really rewarding chore!
First, though, let's talk about the difference between a DIY job and hiring the professionals.
What does it mean to steam clean carpeting?The phrase "steam cleaning" distinguishes a water-based method of cleaning carpets from dry chemical compound methods used by some professional companies. It's not the steam that cleans the carpet, though: it's the detergents applied with the machine which the steam (or hot water) activates. This is true when you rent or buy a machine, or when you hire professional steam cleaners to do it for you. Even dry chemical cleaning companies use a small amount of water!Steam cleaning - or carpet shampooing - does not require professional equipment. It also does not have the toxic risks associated with dry chemical carpet cleaning. However, since water is involved, it does take longer before your carpets are ready to be walked on. For most people the wait is worth the worries saved. How To Steam Clean Carpeting

Vacuum before steam cleaning

Carpet steamers (also known as carpet shampooers) aren't vacuums. They're specifically designed to wash and at least partially dry carpets, extracting grime as they go. If you want them to get the ground-in dirt out of your carpet, you must vacuum thoroughly before steam cleaning. That doesn't mean your usual quick back-and-forth over the carpet, either. House Office Carpet Residential Commercial Cleaning Geelong Commercial...
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Heating &... | Answered on May 15, 2020

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