How To Fix Carrier Infinity Error Code

     If you own a Carrier Infinity HVAC system, you know how reliable and efficient it is. But sometimes, things can go wrong and you may encounter an error code on your thermostat or outdoor unit. What does it mean and how can you fix it? In this blog post, I will explain the meaning of some common carrier infinity error codes, how to read them, and how to clear them. I will also share some tips on how to prevent them from happening again.

How do I read a carrier error code?

A carrier error code is a two-digit number that indicates a specific problem with your HVAC system. It can be displayed on your thermostat, on your outdoor unit, or both. The error code can be either a flash code or a matrix code.

  • A flash code is a series of flashes from a LED light on your outdoor unit. The number of flashes corresponds to the error code. For example, if the LED flashes three times, pauses, and then flashes two times, the error code is 32.
  • A matrix code is a combination of letters and numbers that appears on a small screen on your outdoor unit. The first letter indicates the type of error (C for communication, S for sensor, P for pressure, etc.), and the number indicates the specific error. For example, C5 means a communication error with the indoor unit.

To read the error code, you need to locate the LED light or the screen on your outdoor unit and observe the flashes or the characters. You can also check your thermostat for the error code, if it has a display. Some thermostats can also show a description of the error and possible solutions.

How do I clear system malfunction on Carrier Infinity?

Sometimes, the error code can be cleared by resetting your system or performing some simple troubleshooting steps. Here are some general tips on how to clear system malfunction on Carrier Infinity:

  • Check the power supply to your system. Make sure the circuit breakers are not tripped and the fuses are not blown. If they are, reset them or replace them as needed.
  • Check the wiring and connections between your indoor and outdoor units. Make sure they are not loose, damaged, or corroded. If they are, tighten them or replace them as needed.
  • Check the filters, coils, and drain pan of your system. Make sure they are not dirty, clogged, or frozen. If they are, clean them or defrost them as needed.
  • Check the refrigerant level and pressure of your system. Make sure they are not too low or too high. If they are, contact a qualified technician to adjust them as needed.
  • Reset your system by turning it off and then on again. You can do this by using the power switch on your outdoor unit, or by using the thermostat. Wait for a few minutes before turning it back on.

If the error code persists after trying these steps, you may need to contact a qualified technician to diagnose and repair your system. Some error codes indicate a serious problem that requires professional attention.

What is error code 73 on carrier infinity?

Error code 73 on carrier infinity means that the low pressure switch has opened three times during one cooling cycle. This indicates that the refrigerant pressure in your system is too low, which can affect the cooling performance and efficiency of your system. Possible causes of low refrigerant pressure include:

  • A refrigerant leak in your system
  • A faulty low pressure switch
  • A faulty expansion valve
  • A dirty or restricted filter or coil
  • A low outdoor temperature

To fix error code 73, you need to find and repair the source of the low refrigerant pressure. You may need to contact a qualified technician to do this, as handling refrigerant requires special tools and skills. The technician can also check and replace the low pressure switch if it is defective.

What is error code 95 on carrier infinity?

Error code 95 on carrier infinity means that the high pressure switch has opened three times during one cooling cycle. This indicates that the refrigerant pressure in your system is too high, which can damage the compressor and other components of your system. Possible causes of high refrigerant pressure include:

  • A refrigerant overcharge in your system
  • A faulty high pressure switch
  • A faulty expansion valve
  • A dirty or restricted coil or fan
  • A high outdoor temperature

To fix error code 95, you need to find and repair the source of the high refrigerant pressure. You may need to contact a qualified technician to do this, as handling refrigerant requires special tools and skills. The technician can also check and replace the high pressure switch if it is defective.

Conclusion

Carrier infinity error codes are designed to help you identify and troubleshoot problems with your HVAC system. By knowing how to read them, clear them, and fix them, you can ensure that your system operates smoothly and efficiently. However, some error codes may require professional assistance, so don’t hesitate to contact a qualified technician if you are unsure or unable to resolve the issue yourself.