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Wiring diagram for portable air conditioner

I need a wiring diagram for a Cool 438656 portable air conditioning unit.

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I think the wiring diagram is on a printed sticker on the side of the water collector, just pull it out of the right side as you look at it. There should be one on there hope this helps as i have the same unit in the other room. regards Richard

Posted on May 29, 2009

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If your unit is NOT a reverse cycle unit, the heating source (probably electric resistance) is either not coming on at all or a portion of it is not coming on due to a defective element, burnt wire or a control issue.

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