Question about Goldstar KG6000R Window Air Conditioner
I have the exact problem with a brand new portable AC. After hearing the pop noise there is no power going into the unit. Does this have anything to do with having it plugged into a 20 amp exclusive socket designed for a window AC while the unit states that it takes 6.5 amps? Is this something that any air conditioner repair can do or a professional electrician should handle?
The 20 amp circuit should more than handle a 6.5 amp load, the 6.5 is the rating of the operating AC not of the circuit that is required to be attached to it. If the "pop" noise is the breaker tripping the circuit may be miswired, the unit mayhave a short to ground, as the circuit breaker is designed to trip on an over amp situation or a situation where 20 amps is exceeded. Di you verify that the circuit voltage id correct, eg: 220 volt or 110 volts. and that it matches the unit nameplate.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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