When i set the electronic thermastat for this unit to shutt off, it does.......but then when temp gets higher then the preset temp i choose, it won't start up again....
i've also held the temp sensor wire in my hand while watching the digital read out go up to my warm hand and go down when putting it next to something cold
thanx and would appreciate help
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CHECK BREAKER AT MAIN BOX , SHUT OFF BREAKER ALL THE WAY OFF AND BACK ON. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE BLOWER WHEN YOU TURN FAN SWITCH TO ON THEN YOU STIIL HAVE NO POWER TO UNIT . GO TO OUT SIDE UNIT ON GROUND AND PULL OUT DISCONNECT FUSES AND TEST THEM OUT OF FUSE HOLDER LIKE AUTO FUSES. IF UNIT IS ON ROOF SHOULD HAVE FUSES UP ON ROOF IN 6 X4 GRAY BOX. SHUT OFF BREAKER FIRST BEFORE FUSE TEST. IF FUSES OK AND BREAKER OK THAN YOU MIGHT HAVE BLOWN TRANSFORMER.
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This may sound dumb but ( 1) Do you have the warm air from the unit to the exterior of the space? If the condenser is in the space your putting the heat your trying to remove right back into the space. ( 2 ) There should be an air supply and an air return in the space only. With that there should be a temperaturedifference of 16 to 20 degrees between the supply and return. ( 3 )A 1 ton unit usually will cool approximately 400 square feet. ( 4 ) It may take a while to pull the space temp down due to pulling the heat and moisture from the ceiling, walls, and floor. This could take 6 hours or more the first time you use the system in a space.