Question about Amana Heating & Cooling
Looking at the date of your original post this may or may not help you. I have the same exact unit with the same exact problem. What I found was the plug was running very hot, like in excess of 150 degrees sometimes. Sometimes the air conditioner would work fine and other times it would act up, (like not completely shutting down). So I decided to change the plug today, and much to my surprise it is working flawlessly. The plug and cord are now nice and cool. I've had it running for over 8 hours now with the new plug and the problem has not come back. I cut apart the old plug and did find the wires blackend where they are crimped to the blade terminal. Hope this helps someone in the future. If the plug on any appliance is running hot to the touch, then I would start first by changing out the plug.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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