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Re: Energy Saver setting
Could not find a manual, but that setting is the setting that you choose to leave on and let the air conditioner decide the most effecient way to run during the day. There are too many ways to approach that answer in a small conversation. There are many things to consider and I will leave you with a link to a PDF that explains better of what I am writing. Sea Breeze
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An energy saver setting is what it sounds like. Turn off energy saver feature and fan should run 100% and compressor cycle on-off separately.If not familiar with energy saver setting .make sure it has one or not before disregarding this.
If this is a window or wall unit. Turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to OFF. Unplug the unit and wait 12-15 minutes. Then, plug the unit back in and turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to ON. Set the controls on anything except energy saver. If the unit then operates as it should, let it run for at least an hour before switching it to Energy Saver Mode. If that's the way you want to operate it. If it doesn't restart and run like it should or it shuts OFF on Energy Saver Mode, there is a problem with one of the setting sensors and needs to be replaced.
Also, while you have the unit unplugged, check the outlet to make sure it's still active. You can do this by plugging in a lamp. If the lamp doesn't work, the circuit breaker for that outlet has been tripped in your home's circuit breaker panel and needs to be reset. When you plug the AC unit back in and it trips the breaker again, there is an electrical short or overload in the AC Unit.
Please keep in mind everything I suggested is based on your AC being a 120 volt window or wall unit.
The energy saver setting will turn the blower fan off when the thermostat reaches the desired room temperature (with the compressor). Other non energy savers only cycle the compressor to regulate the room temp. so their fans will operate continusously using more electricity.
This is the link to find the manual for your unit. Make sure the model number is correct. You should be able to find the info you are looking for if it is possible to disable the energy saver. Hopefully this will help.
Check to see if it has energy saver option on unit or timer. If you have, and you have tried to use it you may need to call the manufacturer. If it does and you haven't used it yet, try setting energy saver. It also helps the A/C last longer by preventing unit from freezing up from overuse.Note- make sure you set the temperature for a setting that is comfortable for you for day and night.
if you remove the front cover you should see a little sensor with a wire. you need to make sure it has not fallen off its bracket or came off form the evaporator. if it looks to be ok and mounted correctly, you may have a bad sensor and it is not able to tell the temp and not shut the unit down. also to on very hot and humid days even though you have it set to energy saver it senses it still needs to run. If you turn the thermostat up when its on the energy saver will it shut off? and if you do the same on the regular setting will the comressor shut off and the fan stay running? Let me know and I can go from there. Thanks