Question about Haier HWR06XC6 Wall/Window Air Conditioner
My unit acts as if no power is reaching it.
I've tested the outlet by plugging something else in and it works. I will confess that I've used an extension cord and an adapter since I bought the unit a few years ago (even though the instructions say not to). But, since it has always worked until now, I don't think that's the problem.
I live in a mild climate where it only gets hot a few weeks out of the year, so I haven't used it that much.
A co-worker suggested the unit may need a new fuse, but I have no idea where the fuse panel is, and did not see this in the instructions.
Thanks in advance for any input. I want to avoid buying a brand new unit.
The Haiers have inbuilt protection, but they are not "user" serviceable parts.
Tell you what though, did you try a new extension cord?
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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