Sanyo XS2432 A/C just shuts off when ever never a set day or time
I have the unit over 5 years and every now and then it shuts off all diff. days and time.I reset it and it start up find and works ok.Then there are days i reset the unit it runs ok for about a hour or two then shuts off
I have checked the power all is good and the unit if there is a power problom the unit is to restart with out pushing a thing
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12k BTUs will condense a gallon an hour easily, sounds like the problem is with a probable self-evaporating portion of the condenser. If so either the inner workings of that unit are dirty/malfunctioning or the exhaust duct is not getting proper airflow. If you're mechanically inclined I'd recommend pulling the unit apart and cleaning the condenser parts. If not perhaps try attaching a permanent drain hose to the drain plug. Definitely check the exhaust duct either way.
was the first unit a different model ? what the repairman said is pretty much right but they should be more ontime and communicate if they want a good name. the unit should work fine after replacing if it doesn't dont pay for the part
If its for the unit pictured go to http://service.airwell.com.au/airwellsanyoparts/Website%202007%20update/airwell/XV26RCA/ and click on operation instructions.doc. Even though this is an airwell manual, they both use the same control. Hope this helps Mat
I had similar problem .... on very humid days unit leaks ..... temp solution for me was to drain the unit .... inserted wire coat hanger into tube .... lots of watery gook came out.. - even tilted/tipped the unit inorder to get as much water out of it.......afterwards unit worked fine.
We are VERY SASTIFIED with the Delonghi Pinguino - bought it years ago when it first came out and it has provided years of troublefree service .... the water build up / leaking was only recently - in fact we never drained the thing until this year.
After 7 years of great service you should retire this system and replace it with a new unit.
Products made these days are not built for quality, that was back in the good old days, it's 2008, things are made to only last a short period of time.
Sorry I couldn't be more help, but I will only tell you the best solution for your problem and not waste your time running around trying to fix something that may cost you more than replacing the problem you already have.
well, it's been almost 4 years since this was posted, but it's the selector knob. these things are HORRIBLY designed (the selector knobs) very easy to break if someone pushes it to the side too hard.
ASSUMING when you cleaned it, you didn't get the controller knob wet, which could cause heat and ac to come on at the same time. If after a few days, it's still the same, it's the selector. I've replaced a million of them (ok, not really a million, but, a lot.)