Carrier 30GB-070-630
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  1. #1
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    Carrier 30GB-070-630

    No literature or anything. Have a error code 65. Looking for advice.
    PLEASE AND THANK YOU
    I am Def A NOOB

  2. #2
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    Display = 65
    Description Of Failure = Freeze Protection
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low Cooler Flow

    hope this helps, check thermistor on chiller barrel too!

  3. #3
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    Some more codes for ya!

    Display = 51
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 = 1
    070 = 1
    075 to 100 = 1
    110 to 150 = 1
    175-200 = 1
    30GT
    225 to 280 = A1 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 1 or Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module.


    Display = 52
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 = 2
    075 to 100 = 2
    110 to 150 = 2
    175-200 = 2
    30GT
    225 to 280 = A2 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Compressor Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 53
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 =
    075 to 100 =
    110 to 150 = 3
    175-200 = 3
    30GT
    225 to 280 = A3 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Compressor shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 54
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 =
    075 to 100 =
    110 to 150 =
    175-200 = 4
    30GT
    225 to 280 = A4 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Compressor shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 55
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 = 2
    070 = 3
    075 to 100 = 3
    110 to 150 = 4
    175-200 = 5
    30GT
    225 to 280 = B1 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 2 or B shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 56
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 =
    075 to 100 = 4
    110 to 150 = 5
    175-200 = 6
    30GT
    225 to 280 = B2 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Comprssor shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 57
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 =
    075 to 100 =
    110 to 150 = 6
    175-200 = 7
    30GT
    225 to 280 = B4 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Compressor shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 58
    Description Of Failure
    30GB
    = Compressor
    040 to 60 =
    070 =
    075 to 100 =
    110 to 150 =
    175-200 = 8
    30GT
    225 to 280 = B4 Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Compressor shut off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = High-Pressure Swicth Trip or High Discharge gas temperature swicth Trip, or Compressor ground current >2 5 amp or Compressor board relay on.
    When it is not supposed to be on, wiring error between electronic control and Compressor protection module

    Display = 59
    Description Of Failure = Loss of charge Circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 1 or A Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low refrigerant charge, or low pressure Swicth Failure

    Display = 60
    Description Of Failure = Loss of Charge Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 2 or B Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low refrigerant charge, or low pressure Swicth Failure

    Display = 61
    Description Of Failure = Low Cooler Flow
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = No Cooler flow or reversed cooler flow

    Display = 63
    Description Of Failure = Low oil pressure circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 1 or A Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Oil pump failure or low oil level, or swicth failure or Compressor CB Tripped

    Display = 64
    Description Of Failure = Low oil pressure circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 2 or B Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Oil pump failure or low oil level, or swicth failure or Compressor CB Tripped

    Display = 65
    Description Of Failure = Freeze Protection
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low Cooler Flow

    Display = 66
    Description Of Failure = High Suction Supeheat Circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 1 or A Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low Charge or Plugged Filter Drier or EXV Failure or Bad Thermistor

    Display = 67
    Description Of Failure = High Suction Supeheat Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 2 or B Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Low Charge or Plugged Filter Drier or EXV Failure or Bad Thermistor

    Display = 68
    Description Of Failure = Low Suction Superheat Circuit 1or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 1 or A Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = EXV Failure or Bad Thermistor

    Display = 69
    Description Of Failure = Low Suction Superheat Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Circuit 2 or B Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Manual
    PROBABLE CAUSE = EXV Failure or Bad Thermistor

    Display = 70
    Description Of Failure = Illegal Unit Configuration
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Will Not Start
    RESET METHOD = Manuat
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Configuration Error (See Note 3)

    Display = 71
    Description Of Failure = Leaving Water Thermistor Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board.

    Display = 72
    Description Of Failure = Entering Water Thermistor Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Use Default Value
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 75
    Description Of Failure = Saturated Cond Thermistor Failure Circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 76
    Description Of Failure = Saturated Cond Thermistor Failure Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 77
    Description Of Failure = Cooler Thermistor Failure Circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 78
    Description Of Failure = Cooler Thermistor Failure Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 79
    Description Of Failure = Compressor Thermistor Failure Circuit 1 or A
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 80
    Description Of Failure = Compressor Thermistor Failure Circuit 2 or B
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Shut Off
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Thermistor Failure or Wiring Error, or Thermistor not connected to Processor Board

    Display = 81
    Description Of Failure = Reset Temperature Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Stop Reset
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 82
    Description Of Failure = Leaving Water Set Point Potentiometer Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Use Default Value
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 84
    Description Of Failure = Reset Limit Set Point Potentiometer Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Stop Reset
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 85
    Description Of Failure = Demand Limit Potentiometer Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Stop Demand Limit
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 86
    Description Of Failure = Reset Ratio Potentiometer Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Stop Reset
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 87
    Description Of Failure = Reset Set Point Potentiometer Failure
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Stop Reset
    RESET METHOD = Auto
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Potentiometer improperly connected or Potentiometer setting out of range or Potentiometer Failure or Wiring Error

    Display = 83
    Description Of Failure = None
    ACTION TAKE BY CONTROL = Unit Operated Normally
    RESET METHOD =
    PROBABLE CAUSE = Wrong EPROM

  4. #4
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    ID10T

    you wouldnt have a copy of the schematics on the door. foor the board and what not the one on this unit are completely unreadable. Or does anyone

  5. #5
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    Here's what I have, hope this helps. You may end up talking with Carrier Rep and selling customer need books and manuals. Let see if file attaches....good luck
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