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Beeping, random/constant changing of settings without touching

My ac runs great until randomly it will change back and forth from Auto, High, and Low. The beeping will slow down, speed up, just seems crazy. And very annoying. It seems as it wastes energy too from having to speed up and slow down. Very screwy.

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Mine did this too. I had to clean the control panel and make sure it is dry. The buttons were shorting out due to high humidity.

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Fan motor run for five minute then get hot and shut down

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