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Kenmore 72189 Air Conditioner not power on

My Kenmore 72189 Air Conditioner do not power on.I check brecker, power line, outlet and all is OK.This unit has digital control display and when I press power nothing come out on the screen. which part of this control box coud be bad? Thanks,aynos

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  • medevacpilot Dec 10, 2007

    I have the same problem with the Kenmore 5300BTU window unit. Plug green fault light is green and will reset, but no power to the unit or display on the control card.

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Inspect for any broken or burnt wires check thermastat compressor overload/relay selector switch and the control board

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