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My window air conditioner will not start. First time installed this season.

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Make sure you have the correct line voltage at the plug.Some are 110 volt, some are 220 volt.

Here is the kicker...220 volt can be plugged into 110 volt plug at the wall with no damage.110 volt cannot be plugged into a 220volt socket at the wall without sustaining damage.

You can find out the required operating voltage of the a/c by reading the nameplate data printed on the a/c specs somewhere on the machine(not the housing}.

The plug end from the a/c should clue you into the proper machine voltage if you purchased a brand made in the USA.If it came from some third world country like Bangladesh, for example, the cheap bastards probably didn't wire the pigtail in at time of manufacture cause they are cheap ********.

You get what you pay for these days.

Call an electrician to chech it out.Don't be like the Bangladeshians!

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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