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Will not start

Plugged in AC and it's won't turn on. There is power at the outlet....I've checked. The temperature is set at the coldest setting and room is warm so that's not the problem. I've tried the test button and reset button. Nothing works. My AC is actually AWF05XC5-T.

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  • ballman01 Jul 02, 2008

    I have a similar situation of my AC not turning on. I tried pressing the restart and power buttons but when I plug it in, the test light turns on and off real quick and the reset button pops out. Machine does not turn on at all....

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One thing you can try is to hold down on the power button and plug the unit in. Hopefully you will hear a "beep". Then you need to unplug it for a minute and plug it back in. This is a known procedure to clear error codes from the control computer on units similar to yours, so it might possibly work. Something else you can do is download and look through the Users Manual for your model, which is at this URL: --> http://www.haier.com/products/product.asp?proID=3632 Hope that helps! ;)

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