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Member Since 22 Nov 2007
Offline Last Active Feb 15 2012 04:38 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: 58WAV Carrier Weathermaker 8000

06 March 2011 - 09:55 PM

Damn, that was kinda dumb on my part. The error code said flame rollout sensor, and I thought I ruled it out last night. I couldnt get a board on Sunday, so I figured I'd reflow some solder joints and test the relays. About four hours later, I couldnt find any issue, so I just figured I'd route juice to the inducer so I could at least babysit it until my house was a tolerable temp. Once I got everything back together, I started reading the trouble codes again and retested the rollout switch. Of course, it was stuck open which prevents the whole thing from working.

So, I jumpered the two wires together (bypassing the switch before the fuse) and BAM it was up and running again. So, I wont be able to run it while I sleep, but until then I'll be babysitting it so my house warms up some.

Moral of the story: If you did something after being awake for 24 hours, you should assume all of that work was worthless and start over after you get some sleep.

In Topic: Frigidaire Ice Maker Stopped Working

09 April 2009 - 04:55 AM

Well, I'm lucky apparently. Somehow the 9-pin connector in the back ended up comming loose. I just plugged that bad boy in and bam! I had ice maker. Thanks everyone for your help.

In Topic: Frigidaire Ice Maker Stopped Working

08 April 2009 - 05:39 AM

Ok, but why don't the auger and light work? I tested the light that was in the freezer and it works in other light fixtures. It really seems like a fuse or something to that effect.

In Topic: Laundry Tub Lint Filter

28 March 2009 - 06:52 PM



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In Topic: Blower runs, but no heat. New programmable thermostat.

22 November 2007 - 08:51 AM

I programmed the builder menu to let the unit controll the fan as it said that's what you should do for fossil fuel (I have natural gas) systems.  I hooked it back up because when I was looking at it, I saw that I had removed wires from a jumper board.  This didnt seem to make a difference.  Im wondering now if it's the wrong thermostat for my system, because I would imagine that the problem is with the white wire as it's responsable for heating.  The white wire is currently in W1.  Should I put it in B?  Jumper W1 and W2?

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