When your Trane air conditioner stops working, it may be due to a number of issues. Common issues include a malfunctioning compressor, leaky refrigerant, and incorrect wiring. You may also encounter an error code indicating that you have low refrigerant. If you do not get your AC unit repaired in a timely manner, you may end up with a broken a/c unit. To fix this problem, contact a Trane service technician.
If your Trane thermostat is displaying the ‘E’ error code, you should try to reset the unit. Generally, a reset will clear the error code. If you can’t do this, consult the owner’s manual for help. For touchscreen models, press ‘E’ and a digit simultaneously and hold them for five seconds. If the code does not clear itself, you can reset the thermostat and HVAC unit.
Another possible cause of the problem could be a clogged drain tube or a negative gravity feed. If these problems happen consistently, call a Trane Service Technician to come in and fix the problem. There are a number of tips to troubleshoot a Trane unit. However, there are also a number of problems with a Trane air conditioner that can be caused by simple maintenance or other reasons.
If you notice that your Trane furnace light is flashing, it may be due to an issue with the power source. If the light does not flash, this means the IFC has failed to detect a signal from the thermostat. In many cases, a Trane furnace will need to be replaced. Once you have fixed this, the furnace will run at full efficiency. When this happens, it is important to contact a professional who has knowledge of Trane furnace repair.
Another common error code with a Trane mini split is E7. This code indicates a mode fault between the indoor and outdoor units. To repair this error, simply shut off power at the circuit breaker. Another error code that can occur with a Trane mini split is H3 (alert code addendum). This error code can be caused by a faulty condenser fan or debris around the compressor.
Typically, resetting your HVAC system will fix error code 90. If this does not fix the problem, you may have to clean your burners or reset your thermostat. The system could also be experiencing a communication problem. In many cases, the problem is due to a circuit board or wiring. Depending on your model, you may have a problem with your thermostat. There may also be a problem with your Trane Comfortlink thermostat.
If your Trane unit isn’t working as expected, you should call a Trane service technician. The company is notorious for not addressing customer complaints and is prone to generating misleading error codes. Luckily, there are a few ways to troubleshoot Trane error codes yourself. There are two ways to fix Trane error codes, and both involve a service call. One way is to find out if a problem is affecting your HVAC system.