Question about Amcor PLM-14000E Portable Air Conditioner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am having the same issue, the exhaust fan that blows the hot air out of the home is most likely not working. I am having a hard time finding a replacement fan motor
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
SOURCE: air is not cold
the fact that the compressor light is coming on tells me power is being sent to the compressor.
if that is true then there is really only 2 possibilities.
1) you have a wire (or maybe 2) burnt away from the terminal(s). To repair this is fairly simple for the service tech but somewhat complex for the inexperienced, so I won't go into here - but if this is the problem you can probably (with a little expert help) fix it yourself.
2) the compressor is not starting even though voltage is being applied to it's terminals. Usually this is caused by the compressor being 'electrically open,' and there is nothing that can be done except to change out the compressor.
Posted on May 05, 2010
it can be low freon problem on your aircon sytem contact to maintenance personnel for refill freon.
hope answer the question
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
SOURCE: I OWN A AMCOR AF11000E,
Have you checked the Freon level?
If the compressor kicks in but there is no cold air coming out of the a/c the next thing to check would be the Freon level.
If the Freon level is not sufficient or has depleted then it needs to be refilled. Check what type of Freon you compressor is using the most generic is R-14 or R-12.
Check if there's a cap for the condenser coils because some units does not have it.
To refill you must make a hole to the coil and use some hose with a pressurize small compressor to transfer the CFC from the Freon Tank.
You would need to have a gauge so you could measure the amount of Freon that you will transfer.
Once the transfer is successful you would need to use an acetylene torch and a metal patch to close the hole that you made and make sure that it is sealed so the Freon won't leak.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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