The air handler is in the attic or in a closet right? most likely the drain switch mentioned is in a pan located underneath the air handler, the switch is actuated when the condensation drain tube is clogged, ( when it cannot drain the water out of the pan), the float switch is actuated and the unit shuts off to prevent any more condensation, thus preventing overflow into your house/apt. the drain line can be sucked out by using a simple wet/dry vacuum of any kind from the end of the drain line ( usually a 3/4 inch PVC pipe located somewhere outside ).
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remove glove box and plastic ducting by fan will be the ac coil also a little drain with a tube that runs into engine by firewall or to fender and down to drain condensation ur drain is clogged [if u can c or access the drain tube from outside clear with air first ] but clean drain and clear tube
Change the battery in your thermostat first. The next likely issue would be condensation not draining. I would bet your air handler is in your hot humid attic. That means you have a drip pan under it and likely a tube from the air handler leading to the out side to allow condensation to escape to the outside of your home. On that tube from the air handler, there is a float switch which tells the A/C system to shut off so condensation does not back up into your house and ruin your insulation or ceilings. That is likely why your thermostat goes blank. The tube that drains condensation from the air handler to the outside builds up a slimey substance over time (especially in high humidity) and that clogs your drain tube. Using a shop vac, either blow the tube out or suck it out. Manually reset the float (should be down). You can find the float in the tube simply because it "should be" the only thing on the tube that has wires coming from it. Reset your thermostat using the switch for your A/C in your fuse box.
The chances that is problem you are experiencing is related to the suction cover is extremely remote. The suction assembly doesn't have anything to do with the tub motor operating. The issue is most likely with the motor not working or the air switch in the motor malfunctioning. What does the control look like that you use to turn the pump on/off? Is it an air button or an electronic switch?
Most air handlers pull air through the evaporator coil which produces the water and then the blower sucks some of the water off the surface preventing the water from going to the drain pan. A drain trap at the drain pan should be also installed. All manufactures used to ship drip shield panel to install in drain for down flow applications, some do not now unless noted on order that the system is to be in the down flow configuration.
Hello, this usually indicates a clogged condensate line or cracked condensate pan. Try using a wet/dry by attaching one end of it to the otlet of the comdensate line, the suction pressure should dislodge the clog. If the line appears clean the the pan is cracked and will require a technician to come out and fix it.
If the water shuts off when you push the timer knob in then the most likely failure is the water level/load size switch or the air tube connecting the air dome and water level switch has developed a hole in it or it may have pulled off from the water level switch. If you have to shut the cold/hot water faucets off in order to stop the water then the water inlet valve has failed open. I added instructions in the image below on how to access the water level pressure switch in the console and how to remove the front panel and raise the top. You will need to inspect the tubing connected to the water level pressure switch and where it connects on the lower side of the outer tub. If you do not find it disconnected or any holes in the tubing, replace the water level switch.
The A coil (Evaporator) is dirty and needs cleaned by a professional. Dirt has clogged the fins in the coil and is blocking most of the airflow through the coil so the air has to go around the coil picking up the water as it does and sending it everywhere.
Has a service tech remove and clean your coil and reinstall it and your problem will be solved.
It is the drain tube clogged or the unit is not leveled.
The drain tube is on the right side of the air handler, if the unit is leveled, lift front grill and remove the screw fastening the small cover on the bottom right corner, remove cover, you should be able to see the drain hole, use a piece of wire to unplugged, if that does not work, go outside and blow on the drain hose to clear the obstruccion.
Can you access the drain and clean it out? All you have to do is remove from the coil area and either get a compressor and use air to blow the line or take the section of pvc and go outside and use your garden hose to clear out the obstacle.
Or if you want to go to the breaker and shut off the breaker and then turn it back on that will reset the unit. If you don't have a turn off switch right by the unit. Looks like a light switch.