20 Most Recent Samsung AW0603B Air Conditioner Questions & Answers


You would have to place a piercing valve on the process tube, and use a combination guage.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on May 01, 2015


Call someone who is "Certified"

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Apr 10, 2015


my friend us hould check your aircon have proper gas and may be there is a problem in your compressor u should chech power current supply of air con its possible there is aircon have short gas problem so contect to your a.c technician for further action.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


your ac is freezing, not enough freon, refill

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Sep 24, 2014


You wold have to install a piecing valve type of schrader valve on the process tube and then put a combination gauge on it

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Aug 27, 2013


you need to find out the size of the unit.
Rule of thumb - for every 600 sq ft of cooling area (in a well insulated house) you will need 1 ton of air conditioning. 1 ton = 12000 btu.
So, if your cooling area is 600 sq ft you would need an AC which was rated at 12000 btu, assuming your house is well insulated.
If it is not insulated well - you might need a bigger unit, i.e. 15000 btu.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011


mcdevito75 here, Special tools and testing needed, Best Bet Call a A/C shop. they come, take your unit to the shop for re-charge plus testing, it:s the best way to go.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Aug 19, 2010


Hi,
The snowflake is cooling, the drop is a dehumidification setting, and of course the fan is fan only..
In your case use the dehumid setting...

heatman101

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Aug 10, 2010


you need to tilt the window unit back more, i have used shims before and they seem to work well

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Jun 11, 2010


You need to trace the wires back to the device ie compressor, the fan now then write the color down. Note the capacitor has two different sides to it herm which is compressor and fan. then the common in the middle. Take the compressor wire should only be one and connect it to the herm. Now take the fan should only be one again and connect to fan. two devices connected. You might have two more wires and they go to the common. If you need any more help just get back to me. ken

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on May 09, 2010


but in what are you paying so much , what are the cause and reason y ur spending so much .

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Mar 19, 2010


Most of the problems that arise with a window A.C. unit are from the "front", and "rear" coils ,or the filter at front are dirty. When the unit is on,the air is sucked in at both coils,and should be cleaned yearly. The front coil,and the filter are easy to clean,but the rear coil can be difficult.After checking the front, with the on cool, go outside and put your hand at the rear coil and feel if there is warm air blowing out.If not, your rear coil is probably clogged.Note:Do Not use high pressure hose to clean the coils,please.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Feb 17, 2010


You will need to replace the outside fan,or condenser fan motor.
Shut unit down,before the compressor gets damaged.

Without the condensor fan the heat will not be blown to the outside air and the unit will not cool.

You may be low on freon too,have it checked.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Jan 19, 2010


It is normal for an air conditioner to turn off and on automatically. This keeps it from making the room too cold. If it has a digital thermostat, set the thermostat to what temperature you want it to be in the room. If the air conditioner has a knob that says "colder", you let the air conditioner run until the room is comfortable to you and then you turn the knob very slowly toward warmer until the air conditioner turns off, and then very slowly turn it back to colder until the compressor comes back on. It's normal for a non-central air conditioner to run the entire time you have the power turned on but the compressor, which provides the cooling, will turn on and off when only when cooling is needed.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Sep 20, 2009


Make sure your filter is clean.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Aug 20, 2009


The button on the plug is a GFI. Ground fault interuppter. Like on your hair dryer. When the unit is running, or has just tripped out, feel the plug and the well receptical. If either feel warm or hot, do not continue to run the A/c unit. Get an electrician to check for a faulty/ worn/improperly wired outlet. The units tripping out for a reason.

Samsung AW0603B... | Answered on Aug 01, 2009

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