20 Most Recent DeLonghi Trane 5t Rooftop Air Conditioner Ycy060g1m0ad Questions & Answers

High humidity causes Icing of the cooling coils. Avoid constant running of the a/c. Meaning let the AC pull the house dow 2 - 3 degrees at a time.. The unit shutting off will allow the ice to melt. Make sure the drain is clear by going outside and chkg for drainage. Once the house is reasonably dehumidified the ac can be set and left on its own.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014

are you still having issues with your twg030a140b1? the heatpump that you own should not be having this issue the question is the configuration of the coil in the AHU is it properly installed. I am a distributor for Trane equipment and am wondering if the install tech installed correctly

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 27, 2012

make sure drain has a trap so it wont **** outside air into unit and cause a vaccume in evap. compartment which will cause the water not to run out correctly.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 18, 2012

trane used dc t-stat for a while with a sensor in line.It was designed to run off of the sensor in the event that the t-stat failed.If your model is like that get a dc-ac converter board and you can use any 24vac t-stat.Will take alot of problems away because the dc will pick up residual current if using unshielded wiring.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 18, 2012

Well my friend, the thermostat board of land in the interior michanimatos.echei two thermistors, what the problem is the bronze thermistor.take it from there which is anchored in the thick pipe that leaves the air conditioner and is connected to the outdoor unit. check this option if it works and if it works changed the thermistor.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 14, 2012

no your service tech should have installed a quick fix

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Dec 11, 2010

Was the board exactly the same as the one you took off? Even if it was go back and check your wiring. That would be the first place to look since the board was all that was changed.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Jun 10, 2010

First check your air filters and make sure the inside and outside coil are clean. If they are clean and you are getting good air flow over the coils then you probably will have to get the unit charged.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on May 03, 2010

get solid state starting relay and 65Uf cap from any refrigeration parts shop or to test comp remove all wires and hot start it or email me your wireing plans and relay info p.hampton25@yahoo.com.au

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 23, 2010

Check to see if you have 24 volts at the coil terminals on the compressor contactor.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 15, 2010

on theses units they have led lights on the boards are any flashing check that first and then turn main power off and back on it may reset itself

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Apr 09, 2010

I hate to say this but it sounds to me like you need a professional. You may hear some other advice but it's not safe for anyone to work on the outside compressor unless they really know what they're messing with. The fire and death by electrocution risk is very real.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Feb 07, 2010

NOT enough informations.

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Dec 14, 2009

One with an OUTPUT of 220 Volts and 100 amps

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Sep 04, 2009

thermostat set too low or it's just too much humid in the air

DeLonghi Trane... | Answered on Jul 02, 2009

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