Comfort-Aire brand came into being in 1955 and has since then been the benchmark for quality and innovation. With headquarters in Jackson, Michigan the company has created a legacy that is hard to match. It was one of the few corporations in the US that become a household brand in the 1095s offering customers the best there was to offer.
Today Comfort-Aire is regarded as one of the best producers of cooling, heating, and dehumidification products. Owned by MARS the company has still been able to stand out from the crowd while taking complete advantage of its parent companies’ access. MARS is currently the leading supplier of HVACR components and motors and even acquired a heat controller in 2013.
Error codes are a common issue you may face with various appliances in your house or workplace. Rather than panicking, we suggest you grab a pen and paper and note down the code rather than pressing various buttons. This can commonly result in prolonging the issue or even causing more issues in the long run. So why risk damaging your appliance any further, when you will be able to find out the exact issue using the common error code list for comfort Aire ac error codes listed below. Once you know the exact issue you can easily call in a professional, or fix the issue yourself.
Some issues can be resolved without any maintenance to the unit, check the chart below to see if there is a suggested solution to the problem before calling for service.
|E1||High Pressure Protection|
|E2||Shutdown for Whole Unit AntiFreeze Protection|
|E3||Low Pressure Protection|
|E4||High Discharge Temp Protection|
|E9||Indoor Unit Water Full Error|
|Fo||Refrigerant Recovery Mode|
|F3||Outdoor Ambient Temp Sensor Error|
|F4||Outdoor Mid-Coil Temp Sensor Error|
|F5||Outdoor Discharge Air Temp Sensor Error|
|F7||Oil Return for Cooling|
|H2||Oil Return for Heating or Defrosting|
|H3||Compressor Overheat Protection|
|LA||DC Fan motor Error|
|P5||Compressor Current Protection|
|P6||Communication Error between the Inverter Drive and the Main Controller|
|P7||Radiator Temp Sensor Error|
|P8||Radiator Overheat Protection|
|P9||AC Contactor Protection|
|Pc||Current Sensor Error|
|Pd||Sensor Connection Protection|
|PH||Over Voltage Protection|
|PL||Low Voltage Protection|
|PE||Temp Drift Protection|
|PF||Drive Board Ambient Temp Sensor Error|
|PA||AC Current Protection|
|PU||Charging Circuit Error|
|PP||AC Input Voltage Anomaly|
Before calling for service, review this list. It may save you time and expense. This list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workman-ship or materials in this appliance.
Problem: The unit will not operate at all.
- Blown Fuse or tripped circuit breaker
- Power Failure
- Remote Control batteries are low
- Signal from remote control is not being sent
- Check the fuse or circuit breaker. Replace the blown fuse or reset the circuit breaker.
- Wait until the power is restored to restart the unit. If you experience brown out conditions, contact an electrician or your local utility.
- Replace the batteries. Be sure not to mix old and new batteries, as well as different brands/types
- Be sure that you are not using the remote control too far away from the indoor unit’s control panel.
Problem: The unit runs and then stops immediately
Cause: Air inlets and/or outlets are blocked
Solution: Remove any obstacles from the air inlets/outlets/Clean the air filter, louvers, and inlet grille.
Problem: Abnormal heating or cooling
- Air inlets and/or outlets are blocked
- Improper temperature is set
- Check the fan speed
- Improper louver adjustment
- Be sure that there are no other sources of heat/steam in the area being cooled
- Conditioned air might be escaping
- Remove any obstacles from the air inlets/outlets-Clean the air filter, louvers, and inlet grille.
- Ensure that the proper mode and temperature is set on the unit. Try to adjust the set point temperature on the thermostat to a better operating temperature
- Adjust the fan speed to see if that improves the conditions.
- Try to adjust the louver position to ensure it is open enough.
- Remove or turn off other appliances producing heat or steam.
- Ensure that any doors or windows in the area being heated/cooled are closed
Problem: Air from unit does not feel cold enough
- Room temperature below 62 F(17 C ). Cooling may not occur until room temperature O O rises above 62 F(17 C).
- Temperature sensing behind air filter element touching cold coil. Keep it from the cold coil.
- Set to a Lower temperature.
- Compressor stopped when changing modes. Wait for 3 minutes after set to the COOL mode.
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