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  1. #14
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    The wire is 14 g and it is stranded !

  2. #15
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    if it only runs correctly with all heads running, then it is definitively cross wired. this needs to be corrected 1st, then remove all refrigerant, evacuate and weigh in the charge. good luck

  3. #16
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    Did that !

    All the wires are in the right location direct from each unit to the right terminals on the outdoor unit also I forgot to mention that I had already evacuated the system remeasured all the line set lengths and recharged the system by weighing the charge in after the last time I had the flare leaks I may have a dud on my hands .

    Quote Originally Posted by superfittertech View Post
    if it only runs correctly with all heads running, then it is definitively cross wired. this needs to be corrected 1st, then remove all refrigerant, evacuate and weigh in the charge. good luck

  4. #17
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    Called in for problem outdoor unit aou36rml completely fried.....not worth the labor to touch it. so call for pricing its obsolete and new unit wont match up to indoor units??? system is 2 years old customer is pissed which I don't blame them but Im in the middle of this now. Any recommendations of a brand to retrofit this mess over to? I want to keep the piping and wiring in place if possible.
    Good Service isn't a commodity.

    Any sale starts with a simple premise "how can you solve the problem better than everyone else"

  5. #18
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    Fujitsu has an excellent parts warranty!
    No other brand will work with the existing software on the indoor board.

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacdoctor View Post
    Called in for problem outdoor unit aou36rml completely fried.....not worth the labor to touch it. so call for pricing its obsolete and new unit wont match up to indoor units??? system is 2 years old customer is pissed which I don't blame them but Im in the middle of this now. Any recommendations of a brand to retrofit this mess over to? I want to keep the piping and wiring in place if possible.
    Wow old thread.

    What's wrong, and why can't you replace the bad parts?

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