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Old 01-10-2012, 16:51   #1
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Five flashes

Have installed an Adler CU-100 supercool unit and initially it ran fine bit now it is flashing a five code. The unit is not overheated. Is there any way to bypass this shutdown? I would rather not have to replace the control module.
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Old 03-10-2012, 21:12   #2
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Re: Five flashes

Five flashes generally indicate an overheating module issue. Though it could be a bad module too.

The Module need to be able to cool itself.

I'm guessing it might be getting a tad warm in florida. Adding a 12V computer fan in front of the cooling fins on the module might help some.
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Re: Five flashes

Apparently, 5 flashes does designate: Overheated (refrigeration system is overloaded
or the ambient temperature is too high).
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