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Kenmore 72189 Air Conditioner not power on

My Kenmore 72189 Air Conditioner do not power on.I check brecker, power line, outlet and all is OK.This unit has digital control display and when I press power nothing come out on the screen. which part of this control box coud be bad? Thanks,aynos

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  • medevacpilot Dec 10, 2007

    I have the same problem with the Kenmore 5300BTU window unit. Plug green fault light is green and will reset, but no power to the unit or display on the control card.

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Inspect for any broken or burnt wires check thermastat compressor overload/relay selector switch and the control board

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How do i fix E1 error


  • Press the "Power" button to turn off your unit and then remove the filter from the filter panel on the side or front of your air conditioner. Refer to your manual if you are unsure where the filter on your unit is located.
  • 2 Inspect the filter. If it is dirty, brush off dirt, debris and lint. If it is really dirty, wash it with mild soap and water and allow it to dry completely. Reinsert it into its compartment. If your filter is worn out or damaged, purchase a replacement filter from an appliance or hardware store and replace the old one.Turn on the air conditioner. Move to the next step if the LCD continues to display the E1 error code.
  • 3 Check for a reset button on your air conditioner and press it to reset your unit. Some of the newer air conditioners have reset buttons to restore the default factory settings. Press the "Power" button on the front panel of your air conditioner to power down your unit if it does not have a reset button. Unplug the unit from the electrical outlet. Leave the air conditioner off for several hours to see if it will reset.
  • 4 Plug your air conditioner back into the electrical outlet and turn it on. If your air conditioner is still displaying the E1 error code, turn it off and contact a qualified technician because the room thermistor responsible for detecting room temperature may be defective.


  • Jun 10, 2014 | Amana Acd12ke-e Window Air Conditioner

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    Doesn't power up, test and reset buttons don't help. Using heavy duty extension cord,does it have to be plugged inj directly?


    First, you want to make sure that you have power at the plug that you are using for your air conditioner. You can test it with a voltage meter or simply plug something else into the same outlet (if the receptacle is 220V, you will need to measure it with a voltage meter). If it works, you know you have power to the air conditioner. If it doesn't work, you'll need to check your fuse panel for any blown fuses or your circuit breaker box for any tripped circuit breakers.

    Air Conditioner Control

    If you have power, it could be one of several problems that are keeping it from running. Many times an air conditioner can't start the compressor if the amperage or voltage is too low. This can happen, especially if you run the unit from an extension cord or have something else that draws a lot of power on the same line. The compressor initially takes a lot of power to start.

    Air Conditioner Switch

    If you hear any odd noises coming from the unit, it could be the compressor trying to start, but unable to do so. Another part that causes odd noises is the overload/relay. This causes a click-buzz-click sound near the compressor. This is the overload/relay working, and it protects the compressor from damage by cutting power to it if there's a problem. If you hear this, the compressor has power, and it means something is wrong with the compressor. If the compressor is the cause of the problem, you'll need to contact a professional appliance repair person.


    Air Conditioner Thermostat

    Also, any of the control components could be the cause of your problem. These include the control board, the selector switch, and thermostat. The control board controls the overall operation of an air conditioner, and if it is bad, it may prevent the unit from operating. The selector switch is used to adjust the settings that you want on your air conditioner. The thermostat controls the temperature. In addition, the wiring between any of these components could be to blame.

    Sometimes the plug for the unit gets burned on the end that goes into the outlet, or the outlet itself gets scorched. This will reduce the contact points and may not allow any or enough power through to operate the unit. If this is the case, you need to replace the plug and outlet as it is also a fire hazard. You may want to call a professional electrician for this job.

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    I got an Airwell ducted air conditioner unit with 4 outlet model: GC24RCC-S and Remove controller 4 and PCB unit is Storm 2. When turned on, the green operation led of the display controller unit is...


    Check the unit that's located outside .You need to open it to get to the control board ,there you will see a couple of buss fuses. Check to see if fuses are fine. Do this with the power OFF on disconnect

    May 19, 2017 | Heating & Cooling

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    Not draining


    make sure a/c is leaning somewhat at a angle towards the outside so it will drain thru drain holes

    Oct 13, 2009 | Kenmore 72189 Air Conditioner

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    It has no power. the green light on the plug does not come on. i tried resetting it, and changing power outlets.


    When you say you've change the power outlet I guess you mean the socket on the wall, and if am right then check the circuit breaker from the main consumer unit it has tripped and you need to reset it.

    Jul 31, 2009 | Kenmore 75085 Air Conditioner

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    My samsung ac wont turn on at all. according to the wall plug its getting power but when i press the buttons nothing happens, this just started a few days ago


    Ok, for the, start if this is a box type aircon, electronic control and solid state thermostat.For the sake of reference.

    The problem could be your power outlet lack the other line. Its should be two wire that is completing the power source. Check this first, maybe a troublesome outlet or power plug or the power chord.

    Next could be the aircon unit itself, defective power section, or controller section. Blown fuse,lizard insect mouse are common cause.Also bloated or defective capacitor.

    But if you are not inclined or do not have any background to electrical and aircon troubleshooting the much safer and practical way is to call an aircon technician. To do the checking for you.

    Regards

    Jul 09, 2009 | Samsung AW1203B Air Conditioner

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    Does the 76129 Kenmore Air Conditioner have a reset button


    There is no reset button on this unit that I have located. I don't think cleaning the filter will help since you could just set the unit to run without the filter.

    Aug 06, 2008 | Kenmore 76129 Air Conditioner

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    Blown fuse?


    Is the display still showing anything? If the display is blank check outlet for power? If you have trip the circuit breaker, unplug the unit before you reset it. Set the controls to off. When the power is back on Trying running the fan first, then try the AC. The flashing may just be a max temperature reading.

    Dec 28, 2006 | Amana Quiet Zone 12M12TA Air Conditioner

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    No power


    The unit itself hs a ground fault built into the plug, is it in the on posistion?

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