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AERMEC Chiller

MechTech_2
MechTech_2 Member Posts: 84
Does anyone have any insight on a A01 (antifreeze alarm) for an AN417 AERMEC chiller/heat pump? They changed their website yesterday (middle of historic heat wave), and now I can't access the technical manuals without registering. No response to my registration. Or does someone have an electronic version of the installation/service manual.

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  • HDE
    HDE Member Posts: 225
    It will be difficult

    How did you end up with an Italian made chiller?



    The only north American distributor that I'm aware of is:



    MITS AIR CONDITIONING Inc.

    1800 Meyerside Drive - ON L5T 1B4 Mississauga

    Tel. 1-800-567-2221 - Fax (905) 564-2205

    http://www.mitsair.com



    Good luck
  • MechTech_2
    MechTech_2 Member Posts: 84
    Problem Solved

    I bought the chiller from Mits last fall, and commisioned it this summer. Had to replace the main controller, when the sun was beating down on the unit it would work fine, but when the sun went down the discharge water sensor would read -14 degrees C, and would flicker on the screen. The controller must of had a bad connection on the board, and when the sun heated up the controller the coneection was fine. Glad it happened at my house, and not a clients. The other plus side is that I now know the unit inside out, I guess it does pays to install this stuff at your own house sometimes.
  • MechTech_2
    MechTech_2 Member Posts: 84
    Problem Solved

    I bought the chiller from Mits last fall, and commisioned it this summer. Had to replace the main controller, when the sun was beating down on the unit it would work fine, but when the sun went down the discharge water sensor would read -14 degrees C, and would flicker on the screen. The controller must of had a bad connection on the board, and when the sun heated up the controller the coneection was fine. Glad it happened at my house, and not a clients. The other plus side is that I now know the unit inside out, I guess it does pays to install this stuff at your own house sometimes.
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