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Haier AC How do I set to run at certain temp. It seems to continue running even after temp has been reached. Thanks ...Lori

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Why is the AC still running after the set temp has been reached?


You may be hearing the fan run. Normally the fan will run 30-90 seconds after the unit has reached temperature to give you the air that you just paid to condition.
If it is actually the a/c running, that is because the thermostat internally reads in tenths of a degree. So when you set it to say 70 degrees, it is really set to 70.0 degrees. The thermostat will show 70 degrees when it reaches 70.5 degrees and continue to run all the way to 70.0 degrees
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I may have reached the humidity level that you have set it at. Press the HUMIDITY button until it says "Lo". That should put you into continuous run mode.
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there is a fan relay, and an AC relay that both turn the fan on at certain times, including when the AC is on. a coolant temp sensor tells the computer (ECM) to turn on the fan but only when the engine reaches a certain temp. an electronic component locator can show you where these sensors and relays are located. they are not very expensive. your local auto parts store can look that up for you.

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Hi there. I assume the indoor fan runs continuously until the house has cooled down. Clean the condenser. (outside unit)
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just bought one.It looks like the thermostat has problem. Set at 78 F, it runs forever and the room temp is 72F. Set at 79F, it runs, room temp shows 73 F, sometimes 75F or 77F. The Ac is on then off every 5 minutes even the desired temp (is set) reached. Lousy machine.

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AC thermostat does not control AC. AC runs continuously. Have to shut system off to stop AC.


are you using the old coventional thermostat? using mercury

or was it digital?

chances are the reason it is not stopping because it can not detect the right temp inside your house, if you have set this for example 74F AC would run continouisly until it reaches that right temp, until that time, it would surely not stop,

check for any windows, door that might cause some air leaks inside your house for a start, close all exhaust fan and see if you can see any difference, if not this might be the right time to change for a digital temp control, it not that expensive and easy to install

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