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That's because this unit is only designed to cool a room to approximately 75 degrees.
It's not supposed to make the room cold, just comfortably cool. It automatically switches off of Cooling when it achieves this.
If you want it cooler, you'll have to get a traditional air conditioner unit (like a window unit).
1. Turn the power off or unplug the Room Air Heat/Cool unit. 2.Follow the power cord of the unit. This will normally terminate at the fuse terminal/power reset button., where you can replace the fuse. 3. After the fuse/power reset button terminal the wire go to a thermostat normally located at the air output section at the front portion before it goes to the motor and heating element, while the other wire may connect direct from the fuse terminal to the motor or heating element. This is just the basic electrical set up, it can be modi- fied. Hope this will guide you in locating the fuse and the thermostat. fied
the way to verify if the thermostat switch is the culprit : is to shut off the power, "jumper" the thermostat> the device at the other end of the bulb you described, and see if it freezes you out... if the compressor kicks off while this switch is jumpered the compressor is the culprit.
Sometimes at the end of the chord where the plugin is there will be a reset switch push it in and it should restart. You might have a circuit board problem would be the next thing. If the power light comes on and the unit doesn't. I hope that was helpful to you Thank You For Using Fixya.Com
That means you have a short to ground somewhere in the system. They can be a pain to track down. You must have a volt/ohm meter and check each component and part individually untill you find the short.
There is a small chance that the GFCI is bad itself.(The part thats poping off and has the reset button.)
We had that problem with two units that we just had installed. Both are hooked up to one compressor. After several calls and the service person coming out twice, it turned out that they had two wires mixed up when they did the installation. Once they switched the wires the units ran ok.
BUT...now we are having another problem with the units/compressor not working after losing power in our house. We lose power on a regular basis here. Does anybody know if that means we will constantly need to call the service people to come to get the compressor working again? Or is there anything we can do to reset it? The service person that came today was not very helpful and didn't have a lot of answers for us.
One thing you can try is to hold down on the power button and plug the unit in. Hopefully you will hear a "beep". Then you need to unplug it for a minute and plug it back in.
This is a known procedure to clear error codes from the control computer on units similar to yours, so it might possibly work.
Something else you can do is download and look through the Users Manual for your model, which is at this URL: -->
Hope that helps! ;)