Question about Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner
It is possible that your AC is not getting the right voltage or frequency and hence is trying to scavenge in gettting the current. It will be good if you can check on the mains voltage or on the wiring for a good 15 amp supply line. If there is any reduction or load onthe wire then the voltage can drop considerably. So in the first place kindly check this out. If this seems in order you will have to check for the fan or the compressor motor to be humming. If your cooling seems fine then you can check on the capacitor of the fan or the starter motor. I am sure since this is in warranty you must make a claim to get a free replacement. Hope you find my advice useful Good day
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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