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Haier HPRO9xc5 sounds like the fan has displaced inside. Sounds like it is hitting the sides of the unit inside.

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hi! there it seems that your control circuit board is activating default set up or abnormal set up after recieving on control circuit board when you shut off the unit, there's a short circuit behind on holding relay when deactivation process is done, the holding relay should be cutting your entire source connection on compressor terminal when you shut off the unit, in this case try to isolate checking supply voltage behind relay and the supply source terminal of your relay, .try to check on this to your manual circuit diagram to lessen the complication of trouble shooting just focus on relay circiut,replace relay if defective.this is a hard job and should be done by qualified a/c technician. have a nice day regard and thank's a lot

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SOURCE: Haier CPN14XH9 units not working

#1 Compressor fault, may be capacitor relay. #2 no gas or fan faulty (not working)

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