Question about Haier Heating & Cooling
It sounds as if the compressor (that provides the cooling) is cutting out due to either a faulty thermostat or is itself overheating.
Obviously check the thermostat is able to move between it's minimum and maximum levels, anthat this corresponds to the compressor cutting in and out.
With maximum cooling selected, the compressor should not cut out untill the thermostat says it's cool enough. If it does, there is a fault, and you have every right to a refund or a free repair/ replacement.
The fault is usually centered around the compressor electrical components if it is not under any warranty, but it should be. Even if the store does not want to know, the manufacturer should back it for 1 year.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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