I plugged the unit in; it ran then it just turned itself off. I checked the plug, the breaker box and its all working and have power. I have tried to unplug, wait 3 minutes and plug it back in but I get no power on the display. Is there something that might need to be reset on the unit, and if so were it located.
When I'd run my unit for a few hours, the panel stopped responding, it wouldn't change any settings, either with the remote or if I pushed the panel buttons. I couldn't even turn it on or off. When I went to check the thermostat plug I found a moth coccoon attached to the circuit board and a LOT of dirt. I cleaned it, and no more problems.
Thank you, this was the only place I could find troubleshooting for this unit.
I was having the same problem....take off the display plate to see the mother board....take out the five screws....UNPLUG FIRST!!!!....tHE WIRE GOING FROM THE THERMOSTAT MAY BE UNPLUGGED...IT'S A LITTLE TWO PRONG PLUG PROBABLY ON THE LEFT HAND, MIDDLE
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Could have quite possibly tripped the circuit breaker. If it is a 230volt unit, there will be two breakers, they are usually joined together and probably 20 amp. Trip them all the way back and then all the way forward. If it is a smaller 120 volt unit there will only be one breaker, more than likely a 15 or 20 amp. Hope this works. Also, on newer models the plug may contain a reset button. It will be right on the head of the plug itself.
The beeping might be an alarm that indicates the coils are iced over by
too much humidity in the air...and/or the unit is overheating etc.
shut off power to the unit for a few hours, go out somewhere if it is
too stuffy inside.. see if the unit operates better when you return...
I also suggest not running these things constantly, this causes some
units to ice up and **** up the power..
hope the unit does get replaced, newer ones are more efficient.
Check all of the connections at the outlet. If everything looks ok test the outlet that it is plugged into with a tester. They can be picked up at most stores for around 8 dollars. If you dont have a tester you can just plug in another device that you have into the outlet and see if it turns on. If everything checks out OK then there is an issue with the A/C unit. It could be alot of different things. My recommendation to you is if it is under warranty contact Maytag and send it in for service. If it is not under warranty you can either contact Maytag and send it in for service or you can call a local heating and cooling shop and see if they can service it for you. Keep me posted - Tech101
I have the same unit and it started to act funny then eventually would not turn on. Suspect circuit board for controls.(I removed the board and played with the connector and checked the components ) All was good and unit is working again still need to find new board Part #cor182k