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Trane error codes list

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Trane error codes list

Trane air conditioning systems have a variety of error codes that can appear on the control panel or display. Here are some common Trane error codes and their meanings:

  1. Error Code 126 – This error code indicates a problem with the refrigerant circuit. It may indicate a refrigerant leak, an issue with the compressor, or a problem with the valve.
  2. Error Code 91 – This error code indicates a communication problem between the indoor and outdoor units. It may indicate a wiring issue or a problem with the control board.
  3. Error Code 79 – This error code indicates a problem with the outdoor unit’s pressure sensor. It may indicate a blocked or clogged air filter, a refrigerant leak, or a faulty sensor.
  4. Error Code 72 – This error code indicates a problem with the outdoor unit’s compressor. It may indicate a problem with the compressor motor or a problem with the start capacitor.
  5. Error Code 59 – This error code indicates a problem with the indoor unit’s blower motor. It may indicate a problem with the motor itself or a problem with the control board.
  6. Error Code 22 – This error code indicates a problem with the outdoor unit’s high-pressure switch. It may indicate a refrigerant overcharge, a dirty condenser coil, or a problem with the switch itself.

It’s important to note that these error codes are just a sample of the many codes that Trane air conditioning systems can display. If you encounter an error code on your Trane system, it’s always best to consult the system’s manual or contact a qualified HVAC technician for assistance.