Question about Haier Heating & Cooling
If the aircon is running to heater and the temprature outside is really cold [ sorry do not know the exact temp] the evaperator at the back will ice up and stop the aircon from working.if this is the case you just have to wait for the ice to melt. hope this helps cheers
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is some troubleshooting tips.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2008
3 things it could be:
#1 problem with AC units - dirty coils, this leads to many other problems and is caused by neglecting to change filters monthly. You can buy coil cleaner commercially, but it is not the coils you see that get dirty. There is another set inside that is usually not visible. If you look outside and your unit is "iced up" there is a 98% chance that is your problem. Sometimes it could be iced and you can't see it from the outside. Solution, turn AC off and blow fan to thaw. When thawed, clean coils with coil cleaner and coil comb.
Relay switches, you already pushed it so you may have a bad switch.
These are the two most common problems. A mechanic will be quickl to say it is your compressor for $. There are normally only half a dozen things that go wrong if your AC is 10yrs or less. If it is over that, it could possibly have a more serious problem. (Secret hint - I have known AC's to last 30+ years if the filters are changed regularly. Letting dust and dirt build up on coils invites a host of other problems due to the stress it puts on the other components.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: Air conditioner won't reset.
If you're trying to reset it right after it trips, you're not giving it enough time for the pressures to equal out.
Also, try again, unplugging it from the wall and waiting about 20 minutes before plugging it back in.
If it got a good surge from the storm, it may have grounded out the compressor.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
We have a Sears Kenmore 2537015600 that just quit working, will not power up at all. Is there a reset method on this unit or do we need to buy a new unit.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Jun 30, 2014 | Frigidaire Heating & Cooling
Hello Jim Hyde - Try pressing the reset button on the plug, if you haven't so already. If the unit continues to not heat up, contact a professional that works with your manufacturer to move forward accurately. Keep in mind that for some air conditioners the heating option is simply a supplement to help heat up a room but in most cases it will not completely heat up the entire room.
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Apr 22, 2011 | Heating & Cooling
Yes, the reset probably is tripped...push in the red button hard
Then turn it on and try it...
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