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Everstar air conditioner

The drip pan on my everstar 10000btu standup unit seem to be missing the metal piece that i guess let the unit know pan is in place or not full. The unit still works but will not cool unless red light stops and senser knows pan is in place. I have tried to get a preplacemant part but there are none available is the anyway i can fix this problem myself if i knew exactly what the peice looked like or where nad how it activates senser i could fix the problem.

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  • Anonymous Jun 23, 2008

    everstar portable air conditioner mode button not working.   cannot change to cool also no lights on the mode or cool and dry light up. please help


    Gilbert

  • Ivanushka Jul 03, 2008

    My Everstar Portable Air Conditioner, Model# MPM-08CR-BB4 has completely stopped; it is dead. "P1" lights up where the digital temperature indicator usually is. Also, there's a red light at the top that's come on. Could this have something to do with a filter or the exhaust? How can I fix this?



    Thank you in advance,



    Linda Nassen

    linda-hntooldie@sbcglobal.net

    fax 951-372-9169

    ph# 951-372-9071

  • ambercsz3 Aug 16, 2008

    my Everstar Model MPK-10CR-1 is doing this also it was working fine then 3 hours later the P1 light came on. The bucket was completely emtpy. Now the P2 light is on & I have know idea what that means any suggestions?

  • mushroomouse Aug 16, 2008

    my mpm-08cr-bb4, everstar air conditioner, will not turn on, the P1 light is on, and the red button is flashing. should i put water in the tub? what should i do?
    thnk u jc


  • teretall Aug 27, 2008

    I have the same problem.  P1 light is on and I cannot set cool option, the only thing that is working is the fan. The drip pan is in place.


    Thank you for any help!

  • ziac9 Aug 28, 2008

    I have the MPK-10cr-1. I too had the P2 error coming up. Here is what I did. The slide that tells the P2 switch to open gets stuck. Mine had one of the control rods on the wrong side of the slide. I removed the switch and put it on correctly. That cured the problem. Don't attempt if you haven't any experience working on problems such as this.

    Service and manual link:
    http://www.supportuscenter.com/product.a...


  • Anonymous Sep 03, 2008

    flashing p1 and red flashing light

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My unit, is intermitenly cold and hot air.  How to fix. 

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If you take the cover off of the air conditioner. right above where the water catch is there is a switch in there. cut the wires on the switch. its only 2 wires and wire them to gether put electrical tape on the wires baldspot and put back together. put bucket back and turn it on. it will not stop running after the bucket is full now but it will work again.

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My Everstar Portable Air Conditioner, Model# MPM-08CR-BB4 will not work. The only thing that works is the "P1" light. Please help!!!

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Just empty the pan below. i coudnt find it so i shook the unit until ihad water all over the place. unit started working. i am not sure how to get the pan out, but that is the problem of P1 and P2
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EVERSTAR MPK-10CR BLOWING BREAKER AS SOON AS YOU PLUG IN

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Re: P1 Message
My problem was solved by just putting the plastic tube in a bucket and letting the water run out.  First time I ever had to do this. This was the first time the humidity was so high since I have been using the unit. Easy Fix if that's your problem.  

Posted on May 22, 2009

THANK YOU!!!

I had the P1 problem as well. Took the case off and there was a little toggle switch that had fallen from its place at the top left of the water storage compartment. I just put some tape over it to hold it down and that was that.

Good times

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Instead of cutting the wires I just whack the bucket in until it hits the switch which you can work with our fingers. pull the bucket out the push in the switch (upper left corner where the bucket is) and it will turn off P2.. I suppose bubble gum would work too but then you will get overflow when the bucket fills. I suggest bubble gum and a long hose out the window.

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