- Open the front cover and take out filters.
- Either wash the filters with a cloth and hot soapy water OR use a vacuum to suck away the dust and dirt.
- Clean out around filter area in the unit itself
- Put filters back in and enjoy cleaner air!
If none of these steps are useful or you can’t be bothered, contact us and we can come and service your heat pump for you.
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If the smell still persists, there may be a slight smell of condensation drying up. This smell will subside over time. If it doesn’t, check out this video for some other tips to consider.
Get your remote and look to see what is displayed on the LCD screen. If there is a timer icon that is on or flashing, this may have been unknowingly set. To turn this off, simply push the reset button to set your remote back to standard settings.
If the flashing still persists, there may be an error with your heat pump. In your heat pump manual, you will find a section with fault codes on it which can give you some tips on how to diagnose the issue. If this sounds too tricky, give us a call and we can send someone out to help diagnose the problem and get it fixed.