After storing away for the winter, unit has no power.
I bought this unit last summer and it worked fantastic. i stored in away in the original box for the winter and when i plug it in, there is no power response. i know its not the outlet because i tested it with our products. help!
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Since you remove the window unit in the Winter and reinstall it in the Summer, as you should. Check the inside of the unit to make sure there's nothing blocking the fan blades. If you stored it in a basement or exterior shed or garage, a Field Mouse may have built a nest in it. Believe me, I've seen stranger things than that happen.
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If you stored the unit upside down or sideways, the oil may have run out of the compressor. If the unit is reinstalled, it's important to let it sit in the correct position at least 24 hours before starting it back up.
Also check the condenser coil (the part of the unit that's sticks outside) and make sure it's clean. Likewise, check the filter and the evaporator coil (the coil on the inside) to make sure they are both clean.
This will sound really crazy, but check to make sure that a little furry critter with beady eyes called a field mouse did not get in their and make it his home or worse yet his bathroom or decide to make a meal of the wires...
To find thid out youwill need to take the unit out of the chasis and then start opening up all the little boxes with wires that you can find...
You will probably know the problem when you find it... if there is no damage like that then check the t-stat...it may have lost the bulb charge and will not bring on the unit...
sounds like low freon or a blockage in one of the lines, especially since the you say only one row of coils is cool. usually window a/c's have at least a 1-year warranty and since you are pretty close to that, the manufacturer may honor it. if not you will need to have the system fitted with a bullet piercing valve on the low side lines and see if the unit is low on freon with proper gauges. if it is not showing low then there is probably a blockage and the high side should be checked as well. if this unit was an expensive one it could be worth having it repaired. a simple recharge may cost less than a replacement, but anything else probably won't.
I contacted the Danby Co. and found out the unit was still under warranty. They gave me the name of a local repair shop who replaced the float sensor "free of charge". Thank you for your time and interest. If I have another problem later I will be in touch with you. mef
Check for dust buildup on both hot & cold coils, including any filters. Clean as required. Power washing can be used, provided water is kept away from the fan motor & controls. Allow to dry thoroughly before using. Vacuum cleaning is also acceptable. Note than on some units, the hot coil will have dirt buildup on the inside of the coil.