Question about Windchaser PAC9 Air Conditioner
I have the same problem - unit worked fine for a long time then suddenly started blowing just air or warm air. Is there any way to check to see if it is the fuse or the freon? And is it possible to change either of these once they have been found the problem? Its July and it is HOT in here!
Yes, you can check for freon: you can force the compressor on using 2 jumper wires. look for the wires leading to the compressor motor. Disconnect these wires from the source (not at the compressor). Using jumper wires, connect external house power (120 VAC) directly to compressor and turn that power on. The motor should start. If the copper lines (or finned radiator) get cold, then your freon is ok. There is usually not a fuse in these units.
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
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