Question about Kenmore 6000 Wall/Window Air Conditioner
I removed a/c from one window and when I installed in another, the ground fault on the end of the cord keeps tripping, and will not power up the unit
Check your outlet wiring. The polarized outlet has a narrow slot and a wide slot, and a ground hole, of course. Anyways, the narrow slot should be hot. If you put a voltage tester lead into the narrow slot, and the other lead into the grounding hole, you should read line voltage if the grounding hole is grounded properly. If you test the wide slot to ground and get line voltage, you have reversed polarity and must swap (reverse) the lead wires in the outlet to correct the problem.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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