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Air Conditioner cannot be turned on when power-light is flashing

The power light on the air conditioner is flashing,and when it is flashing the air conditioner is unable to be turn on. but when that light stop flashing,it is then able to be turn back on. And the air conditioner can only be turn on from 12pm to only about 6pm.

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  • rina_hinberg Nov 21, 2009

    what about the flashing light of the power button up on the air conditioner? is there something wrong with it or is it because of the timer?

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The flashing light is a delay timer, usually activated when changing from heating to cooling and visa versa. The fact that the unit can only run from certain times shows that the timer is activated. You need to cancel the timer function on the remote.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

  • Shane Seaman Nov 23, 2009

    The flashing light indicates that the compressor on the outdoor unit is not yet running. It is an indicator only.

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