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  1. #1
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    reversing valve chattering

    reversing valva chatter on 14 volt

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    reversing valve chattering

    reversing valve chatter on 14 volt whats wrong

  3. #3
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    I've seen RV's with 24, 120 and 240V solenoids but never 14. Sounds like low voltage to valve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seabolt View Post
    reversing valve chatter on 14 volt whats wrong
    y is voltage going to vavle?Is it enerized in cooling or heat?

  5. #5
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    replace solenoid

  6. #6
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    low volage at reversing valve

    24 volt reversing valve clicking because of 14 volt low voltage
    change solenoid same thing

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    Didn't you

    already ask this in another thread?

  8. #8
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    Can't help you. No DIY. You can change solenoids till the cows come home but that won't fix the low voltage problem. You'll need to call a service co.

  9. #9
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    Please don't make duplicate threads about the same thing. I merged your 3 threads on this.

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