Amana Ac Error Codes And Troubleshooting
Follow These Simple Steps To Manuely Reset Your Complete Amana Ac Error Codes.
- Make sure the unit is plugged in.
- Carefully lift off the front plastic cover by lifting up and pulling toward you.
- Turn off the master power switch under the control panel. Leave off for at least 5 seconds.
- Push and hold both the heat and cool buttons.
- While holding the buttons, turn the master switch back on.
- When the red light appears next to the off button, the system has been successfully reset.
- Place the front plastic cover back onto the unit and enjoy!
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Amana packaged terminal air conditioner units are known for their reliability, but as with any product, things can go wrong. If you are ever having trouble with an Amana PTAC a quick reset might be the easiest way to fix the problem. The manual reset process with clear any settings that you have changed and return everything back to the factory default.
If there are no active failures or lockouts, the display will show a double dash, “- -”. If there is a code listed, see the unit “Diagnostic Codes” chart for a list of definitions.
|FP||Freeze Protection Engaged. The room temperature measured by the wireless remote thermostat or indoor ambient thermistor active sensor falls below 40°F. No Action required. This setting will disengage when the room temperature rises above 43°F.|
|Fd||Front Desk switch is closed. All outputs are switched off. Open front desk switch to allow occupant unit operation.|
|Eo||Un-Configured Service Board - All operation held awaiting configuration. Enter Configuration Menu and set "C3" to "C" for coolers with electric heat or "H" for heat pumps.|
|EH||Emergency Hydronic Engaged. The EHH switch is closed. Compressor is switched off. Open front emergency hydronic switch to allow occupant unit operation.|
|LS||Load Shedding Engaged. The LS switch is closed. Compressor and Electric heat is switched off. Open load shedding switch to allow occupant unit operation.|
|On||Control is configured to respond to a wired thermostat. No action if a wired thermostat is being used. Otherwise, see Configuration Settings.|
|oP||Open Door Lockout (DS1 & DS2 open; wireless). Close Room Door. Unit will not condition space with door open.|
|nP||Window Switch Lockout - (LS & INN open). Close Room Door or Window. Unit will not condition space with door or window open.|
|HP||Heat Sentinel - (WIAT > u3). No action required. This setting will disengage when the room temperature falls.|
|Ur||Un-Rented Status (EHH & INN or wireless). Front Desk needs to set to Rented mode (if applicable).|
|F1||Indoor Ambient Thermistor reads outside the range -20°F to 200°F & the wireless thermostat is not communicating to the unit control or Indoor Ambient Thermistor (IAT) without a wireless remote thermostat reads outside the range -20°F to 200°F. Replace black Indoor Ambient Thermistor or Wireless Remote Thermostat.|
|F2||Wireless Remote Thermostat failure. Replace Wireless Thermostat.|
|F3||Indoor Ambient Thermistor reads outside the range -20°F to 200°F. Replace black Indoor Ambient Thermistor.|
|F4||Indoor Coil Thermistor either above or below operating tolerances. Replace Red Indoor Coil Thermistor.|
|F5||Wireless Thermostat failure. Attempt to rebind Wireless Thermostat or Replace Wireless Thermostat.|
|F6||Indoor Discharge Thermistor either above or below operating tolerances. Replace Yellow Indoor Discharge Thermistor.|
|Fb||Low Remote Battery Warning. Replace Batteries in Wireless Devices.|
|H1||High Voltage Protection engaged. Power supply voltage is to high. Check for incoming power at correct voltage.|
|br||Brown Out Protection engaged. Power was lost or voltage is low. Check for incoming power at correct voltage.|
|L6||Discharge Air Too Hot. Clean Filter or Remove Air Blockage.|
|LC||Outdoor Coil Thermistor temperature is high. Clean Condenser Coils, Check Fan for fault. Code will reset after cleaning.|
|C2||Indoor Air Recirculation. Large delta between thermostat and return. Clean Filter or Remove Air Blockage or Close Vent Door or Improve indoor to outdoor seal.|
|C5||Outdoor Coil temperature too high for outdoor ambient temperature. Check for Blocked Outdoor Air or Clean Coil.|
|C1||Indoor Coil is freezing up. Clean filter, Check for fan and blower operation, Check for Refrigerant loss or Restricted capillary tube.|
|C3||Indoor Coil is freezing up. Clean filter, Check for fan and blower operation, Check for Refrigerant loss or Restricted capillary tube.|
|C4||Indoor Coil froze up. Clean filter, Check for fan and blower operation, Check for Refrigerant loss or Restricted capillary tube.|
|C6||Poor Unit Performance. Check for blower motor, compressor, or electric heat operation.|
|C7||Indoor Freezing Lockout (ICT - IAT > 20) +10 Min. Clean filter, Check for fan and blower operation, Check for Refrigerant loss or Restricted capillary tube.|