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The condenser won't work on my Whynter SNO 13000-I have cleaned the filters but it does not help. Everything else is working fine

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Hello,

what this indicate after you have done self cleaning on the whynter (system) is that the condenser could be a disconnection of wire (power supply) on the condenser or that the condenser will need a replacement meaning that it weak

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  • Oloyede Monsuru Jul 09, 2010

    hello,



    what this indicate after you have done self cleaning on the whynter
    (system) is that the condenser could be a disconnection of wire (power
    supply) on the condenser or that the condenser will need a replacement
    meaning that it weak



    you can order for a better condenser from the below site

    greatamericancoil.com

    picsdigger.com

    imaginehomessa.com



    these site offer a grate service and a competitive price on each other
    you can go on order for it if you which to accomplish the do it your
    self offer .



    thank you and thanks for using fixya.

  • mchone_terry Jul 09, 2010

    How do I take the machine apart to check for a lose wire? Is it easy? I would not want to just replace the condenser without first checking if there is a loose wire as you suggest might be possible.

  • Oloyede Monsuru Jul 09, 2010

    hello,

    you will have to get your self a stroll driver to strolls out the strolls
    then trace the wire has have send earlier

    thank you.


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