Question about Kenmore 75180 Wall/Window Air Conditioner
Unplug the unit for electric power.
Remove the plastic clamshell covers.
Clean out ALL of the dirt and insect debris. You can use a garden hose.
Locate the contactor. It is a box with heavy wires coming out of it which lead directly to the compressor.
Check continuity of the points in the contactor with an ohmmeter. You should see zero ohms across the points (they usually burn out after a few years of use). With the ohmmeter attached, when you tap the contactor box and you see a change in resistance, they are definitely bad.
Replace the contactor or if you are bold enough, drill out the rivets and disassemble so you can see the points, if they are burned, clean and polish them, reinstall.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
How to drill out the riverts and disassemble? would you be more specific.
My case I turn on I don't see light or click on pressing power switch. It is digital panel with remote. Please help.
Through wall kenmore 13000 btu 2005.
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