Ensure there is still power going to the fan coil unit. Check that the breaker for the fan coil is set in the “on” position. If the breaker is in the “on” position or if the breaker is tripping please contact our office for further assistance.
If your thermostat is located near a window it may result in inaccurate temperature displays. To ensure the most accurate reading use window coverings. If the problem continues the thermostat may need to be relocated.
To determine if the noise is coming from your heat pump unit shutoff all power to the unit, by putting the breaker in the “off” position. If the noise has stopped then contact our office for further assistance.
If the noise continues after the power has been turned off there could be possible drainage issues or the noise could be coming from another source.
In the event that there is any visible ice on your heat pump unit set the breaker in the “off” position and contact our office for further assistance. Note: If there is a large build up of ice it maybe necessary to soak up the water with towels.
Analog thermostats are not recommended for heat pump units. They may cause the compressor to short cycle resulting in premature failure. It is recommended to have a digital thermostat with a compressor delay.