Question about Haier hwr10xc6 Air Conditioner
I have a Haier window unit that is about a year old. During a power surge the safety power cord tripped and will not reset. I know the unit still works because when I hold down the reset button on the cord the unit will operate normally. Is there anyway to replace or bypass this saftey device without creating a fire hazard?
You can by-pass it by simply connecting the 2 wires together. Obviously the safety it is supposed to protect you from will not work, but it can get you by instill a replacement can be found. It seems like the surge burnt the coil out on the switch. If you are conscious of the heater and what its going ,you should be safe. They made these things a long time without a trip switch on the cord. It just requires some common sense.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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