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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will have to cut the slider to fit. It comes extra long in case you want to install it length-wise (up and down) in a sliding door.
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
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Harry. if you purchased it from a brick and mortar store, rather than online. Return it to the store for replacement. Or you can get it from Haier under warranty, with your Proof of Purchase. It's more to it than just the air intake and the exhaust hoses.
You can contact Haier Customer Support at 877-337-3639.
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Posted on Jun 02, 2011
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SOURCE: Hey there...I've had my Sharp
Sound like the unit is working fine and there is alot of humidity where you are at, thus having to drain the unit. I'm assuming this is not a window unit. Anyway, you need to make sure that the collection bucket is collecting all the water,ie; Nothing splashing past it and/or a hose leaking outside the bucket instead of inside. Check any insulation you may see on the tubing to make sure it's not damaged or allowing water to leak where it's not supposed to. If the bucket overfilled, there also may be residual water leaking from the bottom. It would be a shame to get rid of aunit in working order.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2011
LG does not currently have an extender panel. However, call Vance Baldwin/Encompass at 1-866-779-7906, as they may can help you with that.
As far as noise is concerned: Generally speaking, most noises heard from the air conditioner are normal sounds of operation. Most of the time, noises are muffled during the day by activity in the home, but heard at night when it is more quiet.
Vibrating Noise? This is most likely the result of improper installation. Check that the unit is secured properly in the unit. Make sure the filter and the front grille are attached properly.
Hissing/Gurgling Noise? At the ON/OFF operation is caused by the refrigerant flowing inside the air conditioners sealed system. THIS IS NORMAL. This sound is a little louder for 2~3 minutes when the unit is first turned on. This is the sound of the compressor start-up. THIS IS NORMAL.
Beeping sound when control settings are selected/changed? THIS IS NORMAL. This noise is a signal that the control panel settings have been changed.
Pinging Noise? THIS IS NORMAL. This is the result of moisture in the base pan being picked up by the fan (called a slinger fan) and thrown against the condenser. This helps to discharge the heat and make the unit cool more efficiently.
Is the unit installed in an enclosed are? A unit enclosed by many walls is likely to produce more noise as the sound waves will be reflected and echoed.
Once the room temperature is met, the compressor should turn off automatically. But, the fan may run for several more minutes.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2011
The model number you listed didn't come up for Kenmore. However, the similar Danby model's Owner's Manual may help you. You can download and print it for future reference.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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