Question about Haier Preference Plus HWR24VCA Air Conditioner
This is Skinny Man again.I check the problems you said to check the other day an when I took the cover to check it out,I found a fuse that was blown,it was located on the back plate.Can I get the fuse by itself or will I have to the whole little circuit board? The number on the fuse isT3.15AL25VP.The number of the circuit board is VC532237 20N/0010403472 VOO.Help,Thanks.P.S. Where can I get the part?
SOURCE: Water leaking from unit
It may be the drain line is not dripping into the catch bucket under the back side, visually check to see if the line is reaching into the bucket and that it's not clogged up on the inside of the unit floor. The back panel being wet may just be condensation in between cooling cycles as the frost melts. If the unit is OK with keeping temps the refrigerant charge is likely OK.
Posted on Nov 24, 2006
I think this a fault with the cooling compressor.
When it cuts out aggain, turn off and unplug. See if the compressor is hot to the touch. If it is, I think it's tripping the overload protector. This is usually due to a faulty capacitor.
If you are unable to check the unit, take it to a service centre, or call an engineer to check and replace the defective components.
Hope this enables you to resolve the problem. If it does, please rate this as Fixya, or contact me again for further help.
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Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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