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The air conditioner runs for a little while then shuts down and flashes the number 31. I cleaned the unit and the filters, but it still does it. What could this mean?

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This may help
1) Disconnect power
2) Hold down on/off while plugging cord back in, til you hear a beep
3)unplug again
4) plug in
5) start a/c
Hope this helped Tim if not then I would call the 1-800-237-4277

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

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