Type: Posts; User: mryan1
check for loose connections
ive ran into this before...first test it at 60 htz manually...verify the amperage with a meter compare it to the drive readings and verify. I found when i did this everyhting lined up. Ended up being...
hows the superheat look? from the info you are giving sounds like a faulty sensor.
does it have shaft bearings...just taking a shot in the dark, havent looked the model up
whats the alarm?
sounds like your running the pressure to high, just an apinion though. You can always play with it.
wow sounds like he is either a diyer or just fresh out of school
i agree, is the room withe stat in it loaded?
hey dude watch it with the pump friction...you dont want to come to work to find out leaving the pump on ruined you evaporator baffles!
also, when the start contactor comes in the shorting contactor cannot being in at the same time or boom boom with happen maybe its sensing this. Sounds like a bad contactor to me.
run a supply fan duct right down in front of the range...just an idea