Question about Kenmore 70125 Air Conditioner
I would replace the switch - which is something you can do I imagine.
1) just make sure all electricity is off
2) you might need to disassemble the unit just a little, but the object is to 'get to' the switch itself and then remove the wires that is plugged/attached to the switch. NOTE:: it's possible that you might have some 'burnt/shorted' wires in which case all you might need to do - is to fix the 'burnt/shorted' wires and try the AC again.
3) be sure you label each wire you take from the switch, i.e. use numbers or color code or some way for you to be able to put these wires back on a new switch.
4) once you've labeled the wires - then remove the switch and take to an appliance/parts store and buy an 'exact' replacement switch -one that has the same connections as the old one.
5) re-install it on your AC and this should fix your problem.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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