Envision Water Furnace ?

Mo.novo49a111ctl ser.080901867 Keeps tripping on Water Flow, turn off the breakers and turn them back on and its fine for about 24 hours. Anyone know whats wrong? Thanks -------------------------------------
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On 17 Jan 2009 00:00:10 GMT, mmetcalf_at_yahoo_dot snipped-for-privacy@foo.com (Perry) wrote:

Bad breaker..
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The King wrote:

Make it stand in the corner or give it a time out.
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Sounds like maybe you should of bought the automatic defrost option.
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Perry had written this in response to http://www.thestuccocompany.com/hvac/Re-Envision-Water-Furnace-36519-.htm :
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Tell me abouy this Automatic Defrost Option.I think you are right.Can you put one on? Thanks
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Hi, I'm also having the exact same problem. It's been running great since July 08. Just this past week one of the two units keeps throwing this E5 (water flow) error message. It's a dual zone system. The one for the first floor with the desuperheater runs like fine. The attic one has the problem. The blower is in the attic but the compressor and pump is in the basement next to the other unit. It'll run fine for a day or so then the thermostat turns red/orange with the E5 code. I have to turn the breaker on and off to reset the unit. It then runs fine for a little while.
Can someone describe the defrost feature a little more? Also, how would hard water affect the system? We are on a well.
Thanks for any help
On Jan 16, 7:00pm, mmetcalf_at_yahoo_dot snipped-for-privacy@foo.com (Perry) wrote:

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Hi, I'm also having the exact same problem. It's been running great since July 08. Just this past week one of the two units keeps throwing this E5 (water flow) error message. It's a dual zone system. The one for the first floor with the desuperheater runs like fine. The attic one has the problem. The blower is in the attic but the compressor and pump is in the basement next to the other unit. It'll run fine for a day or so then the thermostat turns red/orange with the E5 code. I have to turn the breaker on and off to reset the unit. It then runs fine for a little while.
Can someone describe the defrost feature a little more? Also, how would hard water affect the system? We are on a well.
Thanks for any help
Defrost melts the ice.
Hard water would be different than soft water.
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