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We have an air conditioner unit,18,000 Btus. When we turn the unit on, it began to works fine, but after a couple of hours,the unit turns off and the timer light began to blink. The code of the troubleshooting (90) means, Power factor correction abnormality. How can we solve this problem.

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Hi,
The first thing that I would do is buy one of these and see if it works....cause if it don't then the alternative is some very exspensive equipment....

http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Electric-Saver-Power-Factor-Correction-PU-1200-KVAR-/220714759637?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item33639ff5d5

Installing one of these should not only save you the trouble you are having now, but also save electric.........

This is not my product, but I do have a similar product installed in my home and they do work...

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Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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