Ac runs for a while then stops and operation light flashes
I have a wall mounted unit in my office that runs well for half hour then stops, the operation light flashes once this happens and there is no airflow, ive had an engineer look at it and he said when he put the gauges on it ( the outdoor unit)was running at 8 bar on the low side and was running at 8 bar but the high pressure side would get up to a very high pressure but then it cuts out,any ideas please?!?
Re: ac runs for a while then stops and operation light...
This can happen in cold humid weather, when you use heating mode and the outside unit freezes up. All my split-type airconditioners do that occasionally when the weather is like that. The inside fan stops for some 10 minutes with light flashing, then it picks up again after the outside unit warmed up.
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When the Operation lamp is flashing, the unit can't operate efficiently and has shut off. Check and clean the Air Filters. Check that nothing is blocking the air inlet or outlets (on all indoor units (if a multi-unit system) and the outdoor unit). Remove all obstructions. Turn the breaker to Off and then On again. Check if the unit works with the remote.
If you have a multi-unit system, make sure that all indoor units are in the same Operation mode. If the units are on Auto, make sure that all units are set for Heat or Cool.
If the unit continues to have the Operation light flash, then you need to contact your service professional. The Operation manual for the FTXS18HVJU is available here: http://www.daikinac.com/content/assets/DOC/OperationManuals/FTXS15_18_24LVJU%20Operation%20Manual.pdf
have you removeing the filter from the front of it sometimes colecting all that dust in it can cause it send only luke warm air out also if youve had it on none stop it can sometimes freeze but then letting it sit for a couple hours to a day usually solves that
Usually this problem is due to the firmware. When the firmware is updated to version 1.62.02, this problem usually will be corrected. The older firmwares have problems in recognizing the battery and allowing the battery to power the unit.
You will need a wall/AC charger for the operation. Plug in the wall charger and USB cable at the same time. Your Zen should power on when connected to direct AC power via the wall charger. Once it is powered on, connect the USB cable to your computer. Then begin the firmware download.
If your Zen does not power on when connected to the wall charger, your unit is dead and its time to replace it or get the motherboard replaced via one of the Repair services offered on this website.
If the upgrade button on the firmware window is not available, it is also time to replace your motherboard due to corruption of a chip on the board.