Question about Haier HC48C1VAR Central Air Conditioner
Electric motors (when they start to break-down) will run normally for hours (and read amps within the tolerance level).
Then after a long run time - the amps will 'spike' and trip the breaker.
This is a fairly common occurance - although there are other things that can cause a similar problem (though less likely), i.e. a dirty condenser coil, an improperly charged unit - or a bad breaker.
Bottom line. I think you need a Service Tech to take a look at the AC.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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