Question about Hampton Bay Heating & Cooling
Is this a 110volt unit or a 220 volt unit? Is this a central or window unit? but the way you describe the cleanning, must be a window unit! there is suppose to be 2-sounds from this unit ,,,1--the fan blowing sound,,,,2---the compressor humming sound.! the compressor kicks in by the thermostat control knob, turn this to the highest setting &listen for the compressor to kick in. if not the compressor is not pulling in..(burnt wire, bad capicator, locked compressor, bad thermostat switch, ) but don8t let that scare you, just have someone to check it out,,or let me walk you through the troubleshooting process,@ firstname.lastname@example.org... did anyone tell you window units are called the"throw-a-way " type?
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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