need help on mitsubishi mr slim mini split
bine working on a mini split system for the last week and tech support for mitsubishi is not doing a thing to help anyways the indoor unit is a mr slim m#pjh-24ak.us and the condenser m#puh-24g6.us when i first got to issue the last tech to arrive at this unit had for some reason wired in two wires together at the condenser to make it run constantly, so i changed the board per mitubishi tech support and rewired the board properly. turned the system on and found that the unit is still not working called tech suport agian who told me to reset both units. tried that and still no cigar so now when i turn on the indoor unit for ac to come on indoor unit comes on but out door unit never comes on. checked coil to contactor but there no call for contactor also checked to se if i was getting power on control voltage but no power coming in to control voltage not even at indoor leads please help!
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Call your air conditioning installation contractor, have them take a look at the system, but be prepared to pay for it. Should have called them immediately upon finding out it did not work as designed.
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