Question about Kenmore 76129 Air Conditioner
If you have a GFCI plug on A/C unit it may need to be reset at the plug.
Posted on Mar 21, 2013
AC has a relay, it sounds like it failed on ya. If the unit was on all the time, was it that hot where you were or do you mean switched from AC to fan on all day? From what you said, it sounds like the unit burned its relay out for overheating, meaning thermostat may have originally failed keeping unit on until relay popped. Careful of fire hazard.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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