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Yes this is a 208/230 volt AC. Hope this helps.

Posted on May 15, 2010


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I have wall mount maytag a/c,M6D24E7A I been use in 8 years,but yesterday start make verry bad noise look like fan go in to broke and stop,I start back today again did start but noise is same I turn off

mcdevito75 here, It sounds like the bearing in the fan motor is no good, Contact your local A/C shop, they come to your home and have them check it out for you.

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Cooles but will not heat

heat strip is possibly burnt out and will need to be replaced. The strip sits inside the unit right behind the evaporator coil, To access the heat strip you will need to remove the unit from its casing and place it on a level surface.. The heat strip is possibly in a metal casing and the heat strips look like the heat strips in a toaster. The assembly comes out by removal of a few phillips head screws and has an electrical disconnect plug that powers the coil. Take the coil assembly along with the model and serial number to the nearest appliance parts house for replacement part. Good Luck hope this helped you somewhat


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Maytag window ac unit

Feel the motor and see if hes hot ...... spin the fan by hand and see if it spins freely  if not the bearings have seized up.   So either rebuild the fan motor simply by replacing the bearings and oiling them and that should fix your problem.    IF the fan spins freely   OHM out the fan  and make sure there is no shorts or openings in the fan.     if your fan motor checks out good both mechanically and electrically  then your next step is to check the capacitor and control board

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PRIMARY means INPUT(from supply side)
SECONDARY means output( to load side)

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