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?
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yes your ok if they say the unit doesn't need to be changed in the incomimg power from 208 up to 230 volts or vice-versa,normally they classify motors as120/208/ 230 /460 volts, instead of 120/240/480 volts,but all line voltage varies in this voltage range between 230 to 255 volts a.c. with a +10/-10 percent tolerance either way,and as long as the instructions dont say anything about changing motor connections your good to go, just look on the motor body if possible and make sure theres no wiring diagrams to change voltage,but i would say no in a package A/C like that, and as far as the current goes your good with the 20 amp tandem pole breaker,let me know if i can further assist you. thanks
Hi, check house panel circuit breakers or fuses, check receptacle/outlet. if you got plug/receptacle, check for reset button, press reset. if there's power at receptacle, could be faulty circuit board. good luck
Check your outlet wiring. The polarized outlet has a narrow slot and a wide slot, and a ground hole, of course. Anyways, the narrow slot should be hot. If you put a voltage tester lead into the narrow slot, and the other lead into the grounding hole, you should read line voltage if the grounding hole is grounded properly. If you test the wide slot to ground and get line voltage, you have reversed polarity and must swap (reverse) the lead wires in the outlet to correct the problem.
well why is it listed as used should have been returned listed lets say some one turned it on and it didn't cool and brought it back well it is used but didn't work if its under warranty call for service or return your self make them give you a new on
but if not open the case and check the connectors on the compressors terminals let me know what you find
The unit may be drawing more current than the outlet can withstand. Also check to see if the chord is secured and properly installed. The outlet itself may have a loose wire so check to make sure it's good. Otherwise it could simply be the reset switch is burnt out and will keep tripping no matter what. Replace if neccessary. Hope this helped.