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DIRTY FILTER PROBABLY

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Aug 20, 2020


I'll tell you what worked with my Fujitsu HFI system. I paid for 2 visits and it still blew air at 96'F.

Turn off the breaker and leave it off overnight. The removes all residual power from the circuit boards and does a system reset. If you go outside straight after your return power, you will hear random clicks and buzzes. Wait 10 minutes and then fire it up.

Also make sure the filters are clean.

This seems to indicate you have an RV though? This might help.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Carrier+Air+V+Air+conditioner+wont+run%2C+flashes+green+light+5+times+pauses+then+flashes+5+times+again+repetitively

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Aug 20, 2020


Well without a model number, I can tell you this. On some models, F3 indicates fan speed 3, which is high speed.If you push the mode button, these units will switch between f1, f2, f3 and smart fan. No problem.
On others, F3 indicates a fan speed error, either something is keeping the fan from turning, or there is a bad or loose connection somewhere.
On still other models, F3 indicates a freon leak or problem in the refrigerant circuit.
If carrier made their own units, they would probably act the same, but they don't. Model number is important, since the unit could be a daikin, LG or Samsung under the skin...

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


Error Code Definition: (Unit Size 36K - 42K) = IPM over temperature protection. Carrier AC Indoor Unit Displays Error Code: P9. Error Code Definition: (Unit Size 18K - 24K - 30K) = NA. Error Code Definition: (Unit Size 36K - 42K) = Open Contactor.
https://removeandreplace.com/2017/08/11/carrier-split-system-air-conditioner-error-codes-and-troubleshooting/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-fLGOYL84Y

Carrier Heating... | Answered on May 07, 2020


FF code means blown or missing damper fuse. Replace damper fuse (inside equipment cover plate) and try again. If damper fuse blows again, find and fix the problem causing the fuse to blow.

Carrier Heating... | Answered on May 05, 2020


-When a blinking light problem occurs, your air conditioning system often shuts off too, meaning warm air is blown. You can switch off the circuit breaker of your AC unit, wait for a few seconds, and then switch it on again. For some, the unit will start working normally again.

http://www.ehomeservices.com.sg/articles/how-to-solve-air-conditioner-light-blinking-problem.html

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Apr 24, 2020


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lg9jR_io6js

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Apr 05, 2020


How to open carrier split ac remote clock

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Feb 27, 2020


Typically two pressure sensors determine the presence of adequate draft. Could be defective sensor, draft motor, control board, or obstruction in vent.

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Feb 17, 2020


Here is an Article that I found that has some useful information for you. http://airmaster.net/troubleshooting/carrier-window-room-air-conditioner-troubleshooting CF means Cooling Fail.

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Carrier Heating... | Answered on Feb 16, 2020


Do you have the model number/serial number?

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Feb 15, 2020


do you have a remote control? from there click mode until it is on heting

Carrier Heating... | Answered on Nov 15, 2019

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