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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its may be the thermistor is defective or out of range or the board itself, the unit will not operate unless the defective part is not replace.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
I was up all night with this since I just purchased it yesterday and I wanted to be certain that there wasn't some simple alternative to returning the humidifier since the reset light keeps going on immediately after I turn the unit on AND I've already followed all the directions to the T. Believe me - I was ready to return it cause ain't no 38.99 worth me doing all this tinkering and trying to figure out why they couldn't make the unit correctly cause apparently A-LOT of people have this problem. If it wasn't for my three children being so ill including myself getting sicker going out to purchase the humidifier and I was trying to avoid going back out to further compound my illness----I WOULD have just returned it. MAYBE I still will return it. ANYWAY, here's the deal: the water in the tank SHOULD flow into the boiling chamber where of course steam rises from there; however, the WATER VALVE in the CAP to the water tank does not allow any water to flow into the boiling chamber because it is so tight. The reset light goes on as if there was no water in the tank because of course, the heater is on, but no water is getting boiled because the water can't get in. There are a few things you can do. First: the water valve is a little stick and a spring within a piece of rubber that can be slipped out of the cap (this is what I chose to do). Now the water flows easily and even with the unit set to high, there is no problem. It just works. Second: You could remove ONLY the stick and spring from the water valve's rubber piece. This would work if the hole in the rubber piece happens to allow steady water flow (mine wouldn't). Third: you could probably do some cutting til you were satisfied with the results.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
The unit is overheating and tripping the internal overload of the compressor. Clean outdoor coils.....check outdoor fan to see if it turns or is siezed......possible bad Start/Run Capacitor which is a very common failure on condensing units......possible bad fan motor need replaced! Unit compressor can be cooled with a water hose to get it to reset the internal biometalic high limit switch that is located in the hermetically sealed compressor!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
SOURCE: air con not working. Operation
First check your timer on and off. If you want to reset, remove batteries from remote and power off to unit. Reset it. Now run the unit. Set temp mode once again in your remote and wait for 3 minutes. If still out door unit not working, check power line to out door unit.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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