Question about Maytag M6W12W7A Air Conditioner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, the amps would be OK, but you have to have a 230 volt outlet to plug it into, or it will not run. There is no other way to do this unless you run a 230 volt line over to the window unit. You can do this from the outside of the house. This is all you can do unless you move the a/c to where you have a 230 volt plug, and I don't think you want that. This is the only way I am sorry to say.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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The 20 amp would be enough for your AC as the initial current drain will be only when the motor starts ups and will reduce to about half on running.
So provided the AC has no fault of its own the present socket can be used and spcially if the socket quality -- must not heat while the AC is running.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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