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Current device on cord trips

After running 1 or 2 days the reset on cord will trip immediately when you plug it in. after airconditioner is not operated for a few days it will work again for 1 or 2 days

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Sound to me like its pulling too much amps due to back dirty coils, check this coils where the fan blades throw the water on the coils ,this could be getting clogged! or low on freon, not enough cool gas to keep the compressor from getting hot!I

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The cord for my Danby window unit has a current leakage detection device and trips immediately when I plug it in. If it is plugged in the device will not reset ie: the test fails. This is a new A/C unit....


Hi There,

If the unit is plugged into the proper rated receptacle and it popsthe reset in the plug without anything being turned on, it could be a faultycord.

I would first recommend that you check to be sure that the outlet is working properly by plugging something else in.
If the outlet is in fact working correctly, please contact our service department for assistance 1-800-26-DANBY
Thank you!

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I HAVE A FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER MODEL AED24E7F-C THIS UNIT TRIPS THE RESET BUTTON ONCE IN A GREAT WHILE IT RUNS FOR HOURS OR DAYS ON END AND THEN TRIPS. IT TAKE AWHILE AFTER THAT BEFORE I CAN RESET...


The reset button is part of the cord. The cord has built in arc detection. This is a complex circuit that monitors the unit and senses potentially dangerous sparks or arcing inside the internal components of the A/C (motors, switches, etc.) It sounds like the problem is getting worse - as they usually do. Sparking and arcing happen when dirt, corrosion, etc. accumulates and can result in pitted contacts. All of these conditions only make the sparks and arcs worse. Page 1 of the manual (left column) says this:

If the Arc Detection Device has tripped, the
reset button will pop up.


Follow these steps to reset the Arc Detection
Device:


1. Unplug unit from electrical outlet
2. Press the reset button
3. Plug the unit back into electrical outlet
4. Check to see if power has returned to the unit

Testing


You should test the Arc Detection Device
equipped power cord monthly, after every major
electrical storm, or if power to your Room Air
Conditioner has been interrupted.

Follow these steps to test the Arc Detection
Device:


1. Unplug unit from electrical outlet
2. Press the reset button
3. Plug the unit back into electrical outlet
4. Press test button. Unit should trip and reset
button will pop up.
5. Press reset button again for use
If above test fails, stop using the air
conditioner and contact customer service by
calling the following toll-free number:
1-800-332-6658 or email:
customerservice@fedders.com

I hope this helps & good luck!

Aug 30, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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I have a intex model 603 filter pump that keeps tripping the reset on the plug... it seems that when i first hit reset it will work for a few mins but then trip.. i can hit reset again and it will work...


Have you tried running an extra duty extension cord to another plug, not in that circuit?? Your GFCI may be bad?? Pump drawing too many amps and the breaker not rated for those amps.. Bad pump??

I would try another plug first and work from there...

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Water got into the plug. Unscrewed, drained as much as I could and set down on paper towels for a few days. Plugged back in & worked. Moved the cord while plugged in & the ac blew out and will...


Hello, most likly you will have to replace the whole cord assembly, here is a link to parts for you AC http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/airconditioners/goldstar/m1003r.html

Jun 08, 2011 | Goldstar M1003R Air Conditioner

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My airconditioner has been on energy saver for almost 2 days and will not come on what should be do


If this is a window or wall unit. Turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to OFF. Unplug the unit and wait 12-15 minutes. Then, plug the unit back in and turn the Master ON/OFF Switch to ON. Set the controls on anything except energy saver. If the unit then operates as it should, let it run for at least an hour before switching it to Energy Saver Mode. If that's the way you want to operate it. If it doesn't restart and run like it should or it shuts OFF on Energy Saver Mode, there is a problem with one of the setting sensors and needs to be replaced.

Also, while you have the unit unplugged, check the outlet to make sure it's still active. You can do this by plugging in a lamp. If the lamp doesn't work, the circuit breaker for that outlet has been tripped in your home's circuit breaker panel and needs to be reset. When you plug the AC unit back in and it trips the breaker again, there is an electrical short or overload in the AC Unit.

Please keep in mind everything I suggested is based on your AC being a 120 volt window or wall unit.

Hope this helps you solve the problem.

Apr 13, 2011 | GE Heating & Cooling

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My airconditioner won't turn on at all


hi! there,this unit when you plug in is tripping off,that why the shutt off,short circuited,thermostat is not functioning,there is problem on circuit board.there are several factor,to be check on this why tripping off,this should be done by a/c technician.call a technician nearest on you.but if you can do or know about electrical control and you need tools.first the compressor should be check,if there is an overload protection relay you can reset,pushing the lever to put back source supply.then swicht on.if not work you need certified a/c technician to do this.have a nice day,don't forget to rate me.tank's

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Mitisubishi Ducted Reverse Cycle AirConditioner


1.check blower fan motor.if blower fan motor donot work then compressure trip after 5 to 10 minitue.
2.make switch of airconditioner n reset again.

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