Here’s the unit’s profile:
1.It’s a heat pump with a three-speed motor.
2.It operates on 240 vac.
3.There is no step-down control voltage system for mode selection or temperature control, only the push-button and thermostat control on the unit itself.
4.A dual capacitor is employed and both the compressor and fan motor are PSC-operated.
Upon your arrival, you find the following conditions and get the following results with your electrical tests:
1.The outdoor temperature is 50°F.
2.The indoor temperature is 65° and the unit is set in the heating mode with the thermostat turned up to a maximum setting. The compressor is running and the blower motor is operating on high speed.
3.A voltage check at C on the capacitor (see the Figure 1 diagram) and L1 on the switch shows 240 vac.
4.A voltage check at RV shows 240 vac.
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