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I have a Galanz 12000BTU Air conditioner, when i switch it on it runs normally till it cuts and then the outside unity fails to restart after cutting.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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-If both compressor and fan motor starts and stop, thermostat is the defect.
- If only the compressor check for your outlet no sign of discoloration, check the voltage if normal, check the defective overload protector of the compressor it its external, or compressor itself is defective

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Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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Remote control units have diagnostic program in the
control, after 3 to 5 minutes of operating if the diagnostic
tools detect abnormal operation, then its shutdown the unit
to protect from damage. Thermistor sensor is one of the
parts that detect the operation of the unit. Out of range
or defective thermistor can shut the operation of the unit.
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If your indoor and outdoor is clean start the unit in cool mode and monitor the outdoor pipes. If your suction pipe is icing or dry then your unit is under charge, but if your suction is cold and sweating then the system is ok and sure that the thermistor sensor is defective.
- Out of range thermistor sensor in both return air and freeze up sensor can cause the tripping “off “ the unit. The resistance of both thermistor is 8 to 10k ohms, so can test by using ohm meter


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Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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SOURCE: blower motor in home air conditioner does not work

The most common failure for this problem is either the start/run capacitor or the fan motor. IF YOU ARE NOT experienced with electricity then I would strongly suggest hiring a technician. The volts are 220 with a potential of 50 amps in a common residential unit.

If you are knowledgeable in this area then make sure the motor has volts to it. If it does have volts and does not spin, it is bad. You can sometimes tell by feeling the motor it will probably be very hot. The compressor will eventually shut itself off when it over heats. It usually will restart after it cools down(sometimes many hours). The motor and capacitor are pretty generic and can be matched up at a local Grainger store or whatever Retail, specialty store that you have in your area.

I hope this helps:)

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Problem with Sharp Air conditioner

You proablly have freon leak and the unit cuts off on low psi.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Outside Unit Air Conditioner fan not running

probably a bad fan motor. could be a capacitor

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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