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Topic # 201868 7-Sep-2016 20:21
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Not a computer question - but electronic. I have a Fujitsu heatpump and it won't run. Power is on, I've reset via the button (with pushing in a pen point), I've reset the clock. It appears to be stuck on a timer programme but I can't clear it off. I've clicked it through to cancel and the heatpump clicks, but it still won't go.

 

Any tips?


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  Reply # 1625276 7-Sep-2016 20:34
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remove the batteries?




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  Reply # 1625280 7-Sep-2016 20:55
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Tried that.  Have tried everything obvious that I can think of. It's a cold night, but it normally doesn't make it stop.

 

It will do a defrost and carry on.


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  Reply # 1625283 7-Sep-2016 21:17
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Just guessing, what about powering down the outside unit. There should be a 'dial' type switch outside


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  Reply # 1625311 7-Sep-2016 22:57
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Switch off at the fusebox?


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  Reply # 1625317 7-Sep-2016 23:16
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Try resetting the outside unit. Power off, wait, power on, cross fingers.


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