Type: Posts; User: vahe501
Trane really bad with there "Ignition Probe"
New out of the box with hair line crack, so annoying.
Looks heavy, maybe fun to use for a week or 2. Just another gimmick to attract the pigeons, IMO
Idfm, indoor fan motor
Will try that and get back to you guys
Trying to get there, few more posts to go.:bump:
really??? when the IDFM contactor is de-energized by manually removing 24v leg, motor stops running.
In other words IDFM contactor is constantly energized.
Morning guys, Trane package unit had me scratching my head.
Trane 3ton RTU YCD036C4LOBE manufactured 1/2001
Symptoms: IDFM keeps running, T-stat NOT calling for heat/cooling/fan
looks like it was in a fire and the unit kept running, taking in all the soot.
The funny thing is the washable filter was fairly clean, I believe service techs before me had no idea theses units get dirty/moldy internally, and was never cleaned.
Not the first time ive seen...
Energizer Pocket Pen LED light. for everyday use.
I noticed some Techs dont bother to clean the internals on the Indoor unit, Maybe some dont even notice it, thinking the washable filter screen is all that needs to be cleaned?
I agree, No shorts...
Better Way to clean out Indoor unit on Duct Less Mini Split? Besides the old brush and hold your breath.:grin2:
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Hmm, I dont see a choice for Building engineers, maintenance mechanic?
[QUOTE=klubpolo;14901431]Also when I removed the common wire from the valve when the Carrier control/ignition board was in the heating mode, the board would lock out on internal fault (8 flashes)....
You have to charge the unit wile it is running on the suction side. Be Cautious not everyone can do this....
Sounds like the unit has a LOW charge, 2.8 lbs R22 is way low on a 88,000 BTU unit.
The Data sticker reads 2.8lbs R22 that is the charge the unit was shipped with, the Normal operating charge is...