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TM-5-4120-361-14 Air Conditioner Vertical Compact 18 000 BTU/HR 208 Volts 3 Phase 50/60 Hz (Model 18K 208 3 60) Manual
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AIR CONDITIONER FAILS TO HEAT
TM  5-4120-361-14 Table  4-2. Troubleshooting  -  Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE  ACTION 6. EVAPORATOR AIR OUTPUT VOLUME LOW - Continued Step 3. Check for iced or dirty evaporator coil. De-ice and clean coil (para 4-5). Step 4. Inspect evaporator fan for defect. Replace defective fan. Step 5. Test fan motor for faulty operation. Replace motor (para 4-21). 7. CONDENSER AIR OUTLET VOLUME LOW Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Check for dirty condenser coil or guard. Clean coil and guard (para 4-4). Check to see if air outlet louvers are stuck in closed position. Free louvers and control cable. Adjust control, or notify direct support maintenance if actuating cylinder is not functioning properly. Check for defective HIGH-LOW condenser fan thermostatic switch. Replace switch (para 4-26). Inspect for defective condenser fan. Replace  fan. Test for defective fan motor. Replace motor (para 4-23). 8. AIR CONDITIONER FAILS TO HEAT Step Step Step Step 1. Check to see if mode selector switch is improperly adjusted. Reset selector LOW heat or HIGH heat. 2. Check to see if temperature selector control is set correctly. Adjust control to WARMER. 3. Inspect evaporator return air filter for dirty condition. Clean filter (para 4-3). 4. Inspect for defective temperature selector switch or mode selector switch. Replace defective switch (para 4-26). 4-13

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