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Panasonic H-Type Fault Codes

Further to our previous three Panasonic fault code blogs, please find below the Panasonic H-Type Fault Codes codes which could occur with your Panasonic unit. These codes relate to the Compressor faults. The compressor lies at the heart of the air conditioning system and its critical for the system to operate as its essentially a large electric pump that […]

Panasonic F-Type Fault Codes

Further to our previous three Panasonic fault code blogs, please find below the Panasonic F-Type Fault Codes codes which could occur with your Panasonic unit. These codes relate to the Sensor faults with the unit, which is an automatic sign that your unit is in need of a service,   Please note that if you do experience this […]

Panasonic E-Type Fault Codes

Further to our previous two Panasonic fault code blogs, please find below the Panasonic E-type fault codes which, in the rare event, could occur with your Panasonic unit. These codes relate to the Addressing and Communication Problems with the unit, If you do experience this type of fault code, or any type of fault for that […]

Panasonic C-Type Fault Codes

Panasonic C -Type Fault Codes In the event that your Panasonic unit displays any type of fault code, our blog is an excellent start towards diagnosing the issue with your unit. Below are the Panasonic C-type fault codes which relate to Central Controller Issues, which in the rare event that something does go wrong, you can […]

Panasonic A-Type Fault Codes

In the event that your Panasonic unit displays any type of fault code, our blog is an excellent start towards diagnosing the issue with your unit. Below are the Panasonic A-type fault codes which relate to GHP Engine issues Please do not hesitate to give us a call if your Panasonic unit displays any type […]

Invertor Technology in Air Conditioning

I keep being asked why an Inverter Air Conditioning Unit is better than a standard fixed speed compressor type unit. The answer is that a compressor varies its speed to match the cooling or heating load and therefore consumes only the power necessary to match the exact requirement of the room. In other words the […]