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Carrier Mod# 38TDB060300 I have a problem with the Compressor start-up. It gives me a Alt 6 code indicating VC/VH Trip? Does this refer to the capacitor connections? How is this status code resolved? Thanks!

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SOURCE: Sorry to trouble you but I have a carrier unit

high pressure trip on the high side of the compresor.tech needs to inspect this.call a carrier service agent

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: COMPRESSOR VC/VH TRIP

it tripped for a reason 1. could just be dirty clean 2. more in depth problem .Tom

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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SOURCE: what does the error code VC/VH trip mean

vC/vh Trip or code 6. The start cap and or the start relay is bleeding voltage to the comp in the off cycle. Replace both the cap and relay for the fix.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Model 38TDB - exterior fan

Here is a site that will give you a list of area concerning this unit, and that will help you specify the issue, and help determine a fix for it.
http://www.marinesystems.carrier.com/wcs/dynamiclit_result/1,2759,CLI1_DIV41_ETI4922_PRD664,00.html

Please let me know if you need further assistance.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2011

Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have error code that the indicator flashes six

could b run capacitor bad, contactor not working properly, the code means a call for cooling but no high voltage present

Posted on Jun 29, 2011

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+4917677424185 Email Transcript [HVD] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:7 [HVD] Module HVD Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [HVD] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [VC] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:7 [VC] Module VC Log Version = 1,7,15,426 [VC] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [VC] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:7 [VC] Module VC Log Version = 1,7,15,426 [VC] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:7 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, http://www.facebook.com/people/Patricia-Geiss/100002655619425 [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:7 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [HVD] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:9 [HVD] Module HVD Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [HVD] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, [email protected] [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, [email protected] [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:12 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] InternetCrackUrl() = 12006, [email protected] [YP] WinHttpCrackUrl() = 12006, [email protected] [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, [email protected] [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, [email protected] [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:12:51 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] InternetCrackUrl() = 12006, [email protected] [YP] WinHttpCrackUrl() = 12006, [email protected] [HVD] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:48 [HVD] Module HVD Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [HVD] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [VC] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:48 [VC] Module VC Log Version = 1,7,15,426 [VC] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [VC] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:48 [VC] Module VC Log Version = 1,7,15,426 [VC] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:48 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, http://www.facebook.com/people/Patricia-Geiss/100002655619425 [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:48 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [HVD] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:49 [HVD] Module HVD Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [HVD] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:14:51 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] InternetCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] WinHttpCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:15:11 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] InternetCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] WinHttpCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] GetYoutubeURLType() = -1, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] ====== Start time: 1/5/2012, 2:15:15 [YP] Module YP Log Version = 2,12,32,426 [YP] OS Info 6 0 S 2 0 [YP] InternetCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg [YP] WinHttpCrackUrl() = 12006, snc4/203372_100002655619425_1800818_n.jpg

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I have error code that the indicator flashes six times. It says compressor VC/VH trip. Can you tell me what this means?


could b run capacitor bad, contactor not working properly, the code means a call for cooling but no high voltage present

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COMPRESSOR VC/VH TRIP


it tripped for a reason 1. could just be dirty clean 2. more in depth problem .Tom

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