I would appreciate your help. Can you give me some sugguestions why the fan will not come on. The unit has been sitting up for two years and my central air has gone out so I decided to put it in for temporary. I pressure washed the unit and dryed it out and put it in. It comes on with a hum, not blowing or the fan turning. I turn it off, and back on it might not come on,,,then wait, then it might hum again. Darn it! It's not a very old unit,,,is there a way to open it up and move the fan? Sugguestions?
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Hello Naomi - Thank you for your question. When the air conditioner is beeping, it may be
a warning sign that the filter needs to be clean or that you need to reset the
unit. The LED (light) will illuminate and beep after 250 hours of operation.
After cleaning the filter, you may reset the "FILTER RESET" option by simply
pressing and holding down the button for approximately twenty seconds and the
light/beeping will go off. However, if you have done this, try pressing the "RESET"
button on the GFI plug of the unit. Wait approximately 2-3 minutes and then
turn on the air conditioner. If issue persists, then at this point I would
suggest reaching out to the manufacturer directly to see if you have any
limited warranty on the appliance or you may alternatively, visit the
manufacturer website for a comprehensive listing of appliance techs in your
The unit may be low on refrigerant. There is probably a low pressure switch in the unit to protect the compressor so it wont turn on and get damaged beyond repair. You can take it to your local appliance repair shop and have it looked at. I would get a quote on repair first. Most of the time it is cheaper to buy a new unit than it is to pay just the labor to have it repaired.