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Ac problem


the easiest thing a car owner can do 4 themselves is to listen ?? listen for the ac compressor to try to engauge but after trying it cuts out , listen for the cabin blower to hum but maybe it wont blow air , these are the first things any car tech is gonna do for a cooling problem, try it and, listen , listen , not sure what to listen for ? try honing your listening skills on a car that cooling works fine on , the sounds are gonna be similar

May 27, 2016 | 2005 Mercury Mariner

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Not cooling room and every 45 seconds it makes a hum noise


window unit ac !! not a fridge . the hum you hear is the ac compressor trying to come on , but due to loss of gas charge it shuts right off again , this will require a professional ac repairman to fix this , 1st he needs to find leak then repair leak then add back lost gas charge , watch cost of all these services vs cost of entire new unit , it could get expensive

Jun 24, 2015 | Refrigerators

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Duo therm quick cool ac


if you can spin blade freely by hand change capacitor.

May 21, 2013 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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I have my dometic Rooftop ac unit. The heatstrip/fan run perfectly but when I turn on the ac...the fan runs good but when the compressor kicks on it just hums.


The compressor coming on does make a slight "humming" sound which is normal. Is the unit cooling properly? Do you think it is louder than before?

May 09, 2010 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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When I turn on the AC I only get a hum, no fans or compressor


Check the capacitor to see if good. need help get to me ken

May 08, 2010 | Frigidaire FAS156N1A Air Conditioner

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DX-2517 AC HUM


Hi,

As you posted/described, internal work had been done at the factory then perhaps the source/cause of the AC hum is external.

If the unit is being used as a base with a regulated power supply, then the power supply has to be checked. This would include the big capacitor, the diodes and the regulator transistors. On certain occasions, loose transformer E core can also cause the hum.

There are also instances that other electrical devices can cause the hum, these can include fluorescent lamps, air purifiers, dehumidifiers and others.

In some cases, it can be loose grounding of the antenna mount or the braided/shield wire solder to the PL-250 connectors.

If it were mobile, then the antenna grounding is also a possibility. If the hum is higher than 60Hz and goes with the engine RPM, then the alternator of the vehicle has to be checked.

Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Feb 05, 2008 | Galaxy Radios DX-2517 CB Radio

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Hums and freezes up????


The fan motor must have been stopping. If the fan stops, for sure the fins will freeze because there is no air flowing. common Fan motor problems defective bearing or bushing and starting condenser. If the bearing is defective, it will heat up and seize. Have the fan motor checked. The fact that the fins are freezing, means that there is enough freon and the compressor is working.

May 29, 2007 | Frigidaire FAS155K1 Air Conditioner

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