20 Most Recent Goldstar KG6000R Window Air Conditioner Questions & Answers


low on charge

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in saves

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dry removes humidity only cool cycle on temp

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make sure it level normal on condenser side (outside)

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Make sure the drain holes in the bottom are clear, clogged drain holes will cause the pan to fill and condensation to be picked up by the fan.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 24, 2014


If its the outside fan, it's supposed to. It picks up condensation from the humidity in the air and expels it out through the condenser colis.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 24, 2014


Take the unit out of the shell and take it outside and wash it with a hose especially the outside condenser coil and the inside evap coil,

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014


Make sure you have gas pressure

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013


my protemp sun-stream 60,000 btu wont ignite fan runs but igniter just makes niose

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Nov 29, 2013


How do you replace the cord?

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 24, 2013


No condensation means no freon flow in condensor which sounds like bad compressor which would account for the noise. Replacement would probably be most economical way to remedy.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 24, 2013


Sounds like you're using it when the outside temp is cooler than the inside temp. when this happens, frost will build up on the condensor. Turn the unit off until the ice melts off with a shim under the unit tilting it back towards the outside of the window to drain. If it continues to drip after melting all the ice off and letting it dry out, you have a small leak in the condensor, (unit must be old or worn out) that the freon pressure has leaked out causing it to condensate more. A good checklist would be to check the level of the unit, make sure the coils are clean and not bent, the age of the unit and for small areas of corrosion or white marks on the condensor before replacing it.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Aug 28, 2011


Whatever you do, do not take the watre hose to it. If you do, more than likely you'll be on here again, like many before you, wanting to know why it trips a circuit breaker when you turn it ON. If you really want to take the effort to really clean the interior, remove the chassis from the outer cabinet shell. Be careful if you do, as there can be sharp metal inside that could cut you. But, at least you will have access to clean everything without using a water hose.

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Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Aug 18, 2011


Cleaning the air intake filter and the cooling coils will help. But, as long as there is high humidity outside, the unit will continue to mist to some degree.

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Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011


Unfortunately, the KG600R has been discontinued and there is little information available on it, other than "High Efficiency". No official Energy Star Rating was noted.

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Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jul 21, 2011


Hello, yes the unit can be recharged but you need to install a piercing valve on tje low side of the system to charge in the refrigerant here is a link to where you can buy piercing valves. http://www.globalindustrial.com/g/hvac/parts/ac_accessories/Supco-Acces-Valves

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011


Hello, make sure the unit is tilted toward the outside a bit, if it is level the condensate will collect in the front and start dripping inside the house. Also, if the unit has a drain make sure it is clean so the water can drain out properly.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011


You can buy any replacement cord for it at Lowe's or Home Depot.

Goldstar KG6000R... | Answered on Jun 05, 2011

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