The heat-pump is a type of central heating system that extracts heat from the outside, reversing the process used by a central air system.

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AC not cooling using heat pump

I just bought a house and this is my first experience with using a heat pump. I have put in several hours of research and understand how it works but I need someone that has experience to give me some ...
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Why does my heat pump keep triggering the high-pressure cut-off?

Our Rheem heat-pump is on the fritz. It keeps triggering the high-pressure cut-off on the outdoor unit. We've had problems with this happening before, but only when the outside temperature got to ...
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Why does the blower in the attic vibrate during heating when it is really cold?

We have a Carrier heat pump system in our home, and the blower is located in the attic. When it is especially cold, the blower runs on high (there are three levels: high, medium, low). During this ...
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Condenser, (heat pump) covered in pollen - does it need to be vacuumed - pic attached

So my Condenser, (heat pump) is covered in pollen - does it need to be vacuumed or will the wind/rain take this away naturally? Here is what it looks like:
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What if my Trane 3 ton 13 seer heat pump is unable to generate enough heat to reach the set point on the thermostat?

The unit turns on when thermostat temperature is set higher than room temp. It blows cool air for several minutes and then the emergency heat kicks on and warmer air comes from vent. This lasts for ...
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why does my heat pump wiring diagram show 7 wires going to the thermostat but the thermostat only says it needs 5?

Here is a link to the wiring diagram for my heat pump. The thermostat that I am planning on buying has the following terminals C, G, Y, O/B, RC, R, Aux, E, and L. The instructions say to jump the RC ...
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Why won't my condenser turn on when I run my heat pump?

I have a York Affinity condenser. When I run my heat pump, I expect it to turn on somewhere in the cycle but it doesn't. It generally does this once a year. The usual fix is to cycle the power of the ...
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Does an outdoor AC condenser unit (Heat Pump) require lubrication? Pic included

I have been in my house for 11 years now and every 3 or 4 years I have been taking the lid off my condenser unit and lubricating it. I just don’t know if I am even supposed to do this, but it make ...
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heat pump/air conditioning wiring to thermostat

We decided to change the thermostat of our heat pump/air conditionnning unit. First 3 images are the old unit. The first 3 wires(1 and 2 picture) yellow red orange were not connected to anything, just ...
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Why is my gas pack not working?

I just got my gas pack filled and its not blowing out nothing but cold air and the house is freezing extra cold now. Please tell me what's wrong just spent a lot money getting it filled now its not ...
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Buying used heat pump/AC

I'm planning to buy and install a used heat pump/AC at some point in the near future (probably looking for sellers on Craigslist or similar), and want to know what I should look for to know if the ...
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Whole house humidifier - can you use a steam/mist with a heat pump?

Just moved into my new house and first time with an electric furnace and forced air with a heat pump (rheem) - and immediately we noticed that our skin is super dry and cracking. I was looking into ...
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Should my Trane dual zone XB14 be short cycling?

I have a 2 yr old Trane zone dual system and it is short cycling whenever I run the ac side, I called the HVAC installer and he said that is noraml due to the fact that the temperatur is 72 degrees ...
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Are wall air vents a potential problem?

A house I'm looking at has A/C vents in the walls, rather than in the ceiling or floor. I've never lived in a house with air ducts in the walls. Can I expect to have problems? The house was built in ...