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Member Since 26 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 05 2012 12:17 PM

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Bryant Air Handler don't start compressor

05 April 2012 - 12:17 PM

I live in Florida.
My house was built in 2001.
I have Bryant Air Handler.
I can force the blower to blow, using the thermostat fan control,
But the air handler will not start the outside compressor.

I noticed this capacitor: Dietektrol VI HC91CA010D in the air handler,
could that need replacement?

Bryant split a/c leak

26 September 2008 - 11:37 AM


I have cool air. But my Bryant air handler model FA4ANF042 is gushing water out of a port just above the drainage pipe connection (see photo). The hole, where the water is coming from, seems to be threaded as to connect with a water hose or something. But there are two such holes positioned vertically (see blue plastic cap in picture). Note that my drainage system involves a 30' PVC pipe embedded in the garage's concrete floor

I suppose that one of these two holes is intended to connect a garden hose and apply water pressure to unclog the drainage system. But which one is it? The bottom hole is mostly obstructed by the PVC drain pipe. I could not attach a hose to it without cuting off the PVC drain connector. I don't want to put the whole unit out of commission for the sake of a water leak.

Otherwise what is the standard procedure to flush the drainage system?

Can you help?

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