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Re: Haier 8000btu Airconditioner
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: -->
Hope this helps! ;)
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Either the fan motor
the fan control relay
or the fan control relay switching transistor
the unit is re starting because the gas is not getting cooled
If competent check for voltage at the fan and work you way back
Yes your thermostat is shorted. It's just not shutting the unit off ever. A thermostat is something you can touch as a user, so no it's not that hard to get to for replacement. Also have the unit unplugged while learning how to repair your appliance.
Hello my name is Heath it will be my pleasure to assist you. First thing to do is turn the unit off and check the filter then if the filter is okay check to see if the blower comes on when you put the fan switch on the thermostat from auto to on. If the blower isn't coming on then there could be a problem with the blower motor. If the motor is running then turn the system to cool and turn the setting down to where the air should be on. Then check the outside unit and be sure the outside unit is running if the outside unit is not running go to the house panel box and check the breaker to see if any of them are tripped or off. If there off turn them on and check the outside unit again. If all is running and you get no air flow through the vents then the coil could be frozen. If the unit is frozen turn the thermostat to off and leave the indoor blower on by leaving the fan switch in the on position for a couple hours till it thaws. If the unit froze up then there could be a problem with the a/c system most likely low on refrigerant as a result of a leak. I would have it leak tested and repaired if this is the case.
Hi, I would say you have a problem in the cord its self. Even though it lights up, its not getting power to the controls. I would go to a hardware store and get a new cord and take care of the problem. When you replaced the socket in the wall and the fan came on, you just got lucky and the cord moved in the right position to start the fan. I am sure the cord is either faulty, or the connections where the cord wires in are not very good. Please remember how the cord is wired, even if you have to draw a picture. It will hook to a capacitor if it is a 220 unit. Just draw you a diagram. Shastalaker7 A/C Contractor
With the unit unplugged, open the cover and check the alignment of the
fan. If the fan is stuck or rubbing against the fan cowling, adjust the
fan motor's mounting hardware so that the fan turns freely.
your wiring is melted or shorted under the electrical access panel where the selector switches are. You will usually see melted wires and burnt ends. Your compressr start wire has melted to a hot. good luck and remember to unplug the unit first
yes that does sound like a bad evap fan motor then unable to circulate air aorund and off hte evap thus building up frost.you can pull the wire leads of the fan motor and ck for 110v. to confirm that you are indeed getting power to the motor.