Comfort Pro Apu Issues (solved)

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  1. shoe128

    shoe128 Bobtail Member

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    ya iv got got no power to mine iv fixed a couple of wires (bad install) still nothing .pulled cat5 tested ok , no light on at box in apu unit .have 12+ at ccu unite on blk and wht wire and red . it did run fine till wieres broke by rubbing on frame that was the partof the (bad install). any subjections on further testing. and thank you in advance mark
     
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  3. Anonymousproxy

    Anonymousproxy Road Train Member

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    The ac on mine keeps making a clicking noise as if the compressor can’t decide if it wants to run or not.
     
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  5. Southgeorgiahotshot

    Southgeorgiahotshot Bobtail Member

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    We have a Comfort Pro Apu. It's currently putting out 154 volts. Already replaced the capacitor and still no change in the voltage output. Is there a voltage regulator on these? Not sure what year model it is as it was given to us. Any help or suggestion?
     
  6. Cristian144

    Cristian144 Bobtail Member

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    Have a comfort pro. Fairly new. About a year old. Having issues that randomly it shuts off and I have a fault of HVAC CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIPPED. Sometimes just hitting reset on the control panel works. Sometimes i have to turn off the motor to hit reset in the control panel and then turn back on. It shuts off the HVAC randomly. Took it to the place it was installed ran it for 24 hours and they claim it didn’t do it. So I got stuck with a bill and then 2 days laters boom again same fault. The fault says

    CCU HVAC BR1 TRIPPED 3546,0,RT=1:45.
    Please help me out

    TIA
     
  7. WheresWaldo

    WheresWaldo Light Load Member

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    You have to adjust your throttle. Sounds like it needs to be slowed down. You are looking for 60 hz. Your voltage should be 120 +- 10. But your frequency is the main thing.
     
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