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Black particles coming out of my Mitsubishi ductless air conditioner

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It is, more than likely, that it is not coming from your unit. Is someone burning candles? If they are, please stop burning them and use a candle warmer instead. The burning flame of most of the candles today, produce a lot of very unhealthy pollution in the soot that they produce, not to mention the health aspects to you. Scented candles are the worst. The unit usually gets blamed for picking this up and redistributing the particles back into the air.

Posted on Sep 23, 2019

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SOURCE: Fedders Air conditioner

e5 is comp overload code . if you have infared remote for indoor units point at anyone while pushing all 3 buttons at the same time- 'mode' 'temp up' temp down' this will bring up OO where temp set point is normally displayed. scroll up or down with temp up or down buttons (1st digit only) untill you here the beeping sound change tone, this is the 1st part of the fault code. press mode once to change to 2nd digit, scroll again with up and down listening for change of beep- 2nd part of code ie "E5". press mode again will bring up afunny looking T-test mode. press mode again to exit. THATS VERY ACCURATE SOLUTION.SAVE IT FOR FUTURE.WISH U SUCCESS .REPLY FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE IF REQUIRED.BYE

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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SOURCE: lg ductless air conditioner is coming up with code ch 5

Communication between indoor PC and outdoor PC missed. Check that all connecting cables are good.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: black particles coming out of the room air conditioner

dirt, dust, or mold. could also be the tubing insulation flaking off. either way, open it up and clean it out. the dirt, dust, and flaking insulation can restrict air flow through the coils and cause the ac to not function properly. if it is mold, it's can cause sickness (legionaire's disease). do not use chemicals on the coils. it might be best to replace the ac alltogether. to prevent mold: when installing the ac, make sure the unit is slightly tipped towards the outside. any condensation that collects on the coils will drain out. failure to do so will result in water pooling inside, and this can cause mold.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: how to pump down a ductless air conditioner split unit to remove

if the unit contains R12 or R22 you are not permitted by law to do the work yoiurself .. you have to have a "certified" person to reclaim the freon ... you might be able to get away with removing R134A (check local law) if thats what it has ... there is a service port that you can hook gages/hoses/vacuum pump up to .. (if not, then one must be added, usually in the form of a saddle valve that penetrates a low side feed pipe ... you should vent it into an approved tank or bladder (like a big balloon) for disposal or reclamation .. there may be a community service in your area that comes out and reclaims freon from old refrigerators and such .. in my area there is a free service that will reclaim the refrigerant and take away the old equipment .. i think its free or low cost .. some people simply vent R134 to atmosphere but that is polluting and may violate some laws .. R134 was thought to pose little hazzard but that is being reconsidered now in many countries

you can become certified yourself by attending a class and taking an exam that shows you understand the dangers and are aware of the law ..

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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