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    RTU trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by meplumber View Post
    We have some trble on a rooftop unit, and techs have been out 4 times. When I go to the stat and set mode to "off",unit continues to run and fan blows cold air. I throw the breaker for a minute or two, then the unit heats fine for a few days. Then problem returns, no error codes are displayed on the unit. Thanks
    Last edited by beenthere; 01-27-2013 at 07:00 AM. Reason: more info

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    Made this its own thread. You are not allowed to post in other peoples threads in the AOP forums, please read our site rules, thank you.
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    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum. In order to post a response here, you must have verified qualifications and have been approved by the AOP Committee. You may ask a question by starting a new thread.

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    Sounds like a safety is tripping somewhere you need to check it instead of throwing breaker.
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    I advise that a professional should be brought in to see what is going on inside the unit.

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    I am a non AOP member, guess I posted this thread in the wrong forum, although for the life of my I cant figure out how to move it or close it. Dont want to get booted off of here. Pretty good info. Thanks for the info, but I am not pursuing this issue on this forum any further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubb1957 View Post
    I am a non AOP member, guess I posted this thread in the wrong forum, although for the life of my I cant figure out how to move it or close it. Dont want to get booted off of here. Pretty good info. Thanks for the info, but I am not pursuing this issue on this forum any further.

    You've done nothing wrong.

    My earlier post on this thread was directed at another, non-AOP member that posted here.



    As far as what type of problem you're having, I just had got done struggling with a problem that sounds very similar to that and found an issue with damaged wiring. It took me several hours of lying on the roof in single-digit weather to find and repair the issue.

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