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nuisance lock out of mini split
Computer server room has a Samsung AQV24NDS to cool the 5ft x 8ft room. also equipped with a "temp-alert" control that is connected to our security alarm system. 4 nights in a row we have received calls from the alarm company that the server room has a high temperature alert. I drive out to the office at some unGodly hour of the night just to turn on the Samsung Mini-split that has mysteriously turned itself off.
Our "IT" manager says the HVAC contractor needs to fix it. HVAC Guy says it is a power failure that shuts off the unit and when the power is restored someone has to manually turn the unit back on.
Is this a normal problem with the Samsung design that makes it not go back to what ever the setting was before the power outage?
If this IS the way it is designed.... is there a fix so it can go back on after a power failure?
I hope someone can give me a simple fix for this problem
Tired in Atlantic City