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I am not sure about your specific model. However most A/C units I have worked with have a fan switch. The switch allows you to choose to have the fan on all the time or only when the unit is cooling. Some of these switches are behind the front panel, behind the panel or out in the open it should be close to the other controls. Hope this was helpful.
its obvious that its the timer , some one has played with the timer settings , and now it switch on and off on the time set , i have this problem too, you need to turn off the timer , i dont know how to do it , this is the nasty thing about the gree AC's
The volume control and tone controls are dirty as well as the selection switch. This is common for older units. These controls and switches need to be cleaned with an electronic switch cleaner which should be available from an electronics store. Spray each control/switch and work them (turn repeatedly). Repeat this procedure a number of times and the accumulated dust/dirt will be cleaned and the unit should no longer have the problem.
Please note that it is possible that there is a transistor or 2 that are breaking down that can cause this as well. If the cleaning does not resolve the problem, let us know.