Plugged in the a/c unit - get a beep saying it recognizes there's power (and checked to make sure power is working in that outlet) ... but the LED control panel on the front does not light up, nor does pushing any of the buttons work
I disconnected the LED control panel and made sure the connections were all reconnected tightly and tried again and the same thing... any suggestions?
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Make sure the unit is on a flat, level surface. If the floor is not level or the carpeting is too thick, the unit will not be level, causing the water in the internal tray to flow to one side. This will bypass the water full safety mechanism and the unit will not automatically shut off.
Check for broken or damaged casters. Check to make sure the casters are installed securely and evenly.
Check and make sure the drain cap and/or the rubber plug is installed. If cap or rubber plug is missing, use a cork. Check and see if the drain is cracked or broken, if so, shave broken drain flat and use a cork. You can use a plumbing adhesive or epoxy to repair the drain.
And regarding that the unit is not powering on i would suggest you with the following things.
Test the outlet that the PAC is plugged into is working. If the outlet is working than the powerplug breaker needs to be replaced. If the wall outlet is not working, there may be too many appliances on one circuit. Recommended circuit is 20amps. You can also administer a power plug check: Power Plug Check
1. Press the RESET button. The reset button may be stubborn so you will need to press HARD to reset it until a click is heard and the light comes on.
2. Insert the power plug into the electrical outlet.
3. Press the TEST button. If the circuit breaker is working you'll hear a click.
4. Press the RESET button until you hear another click. The circuit breaker in the plug is now activated.
5. Do not use the air conditioner if the above procedure cannot be successfully performed.
After switching the air conditioner off, wait 3 minutes before switching it back
You say the unit is 220 volt, but the plug you installed has a white wire which is normally on a 120 volt outlet. A 220 volt outlet would have 2 black wires and ground. If you do have 220 there, and the reset does no good, I've seen those resets(they are basically built in GFI) blow out and had to bypass/put different chord on. there are fuses on the control board but I would check that last
Check the outlet that the unit is plugged into, to be sure that it is in fact, working. The circuit breaker in your home's circuit breaker panel for that outlet, may have tripped. Also, the outlet may have interior damage or a loose wire connection. If the unit seems not to be getting power, one of the above is the problem. Try plugging the unit into another outlet in a different room.
Hope this helps you troubleshoot and solve the problem.
The beeping might be an alarm that indicates the coils are iced over by
too much humidity in the air...and/or the unit is overheating etc.
shut off power to the unit for a few hours, go out somewhere if it is
too stuffy inside.. see if the unit operates better when you return...
I also suggest not running these things constantly, this causes some
units to ice up and **** up the power..
hope the unit does get replaced, newer ones are more efficient.
MAY HAVE BLOWN FUSE OR BURNT WIRE. MAY ALSO NEED NEW POWER BOARD. MAY HAVE A SHORT OR GROUND. TURN THE UNIT OFF AND UNPLUG IT FROM THE OUTLET, LET SIT A MIN. TURN BREAKER OFF A MIN. AND THEN TURN THE BREAKER TO THE UNIT BACK ON...NOW PLUG THE UNIT IN THE OULET AND TURN IT ON. IF IT WORKS GREAT...IF NOT TRY THE SAME PROCEDURE EXCEPT PLUG THE UNIT INTO A DIFFERENT OUTLET. YOU MAY JUST HAVE A BAD OUTLET. TRY TO USE THE TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL FOR YOUR UNIT...IF YOU DON'T HAVE ONE GO TO THE MANUFACTURERS WEB SITE. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET ONE THERE.
not enough info. on these models when you plug in the unit to an outlet you should hear a beep. that would tell you , you are getting power and the cord is good. if you dont hear a beep, then i would say the board or display board is bad. roughly about 60-70 dollars. we may stock that part if your interested. 813-908-2002 all brands appliance tampa fl.
You can download your product manual by going to this web-site and typing in your model number: http://haieramerica.com/en/support/modelsearch I checked the troubleshooting guide in the manual but it only lists the obvious such as is the unit properly plugged in, is the power button in the "on" position and etc. Are you sure there is power to the outlet? Try the outlet by plugging in a lamp or small appliance to check there is power to it. Let us know how it goes and maybe we can figure out something.