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Hitachi AC stops working after Red Light glows

Nothing works ac stops working please help

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No model number, no error codes!
check the obvious like is condensate water getting released, is anything blocked including any filters, the inlet, the outlet, or any hoses. Is power OK.

Posted on May 19, 2014

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SOURCE: Delonghi Pinguino Classic Portable Air Conditoner Works for 30 min then red light comes on

Have it serviced. It cost me $250 to have a pro do it. Also, check the timer (the dial is hidden by a sliding cover on my unit). My husband cleaned it himself a year later and he took it apart to do it and it works much better now. When he opened it up, it was full of calcium deposit and dust. He told me he did not think the unit had been cleaned properly by the pro.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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seth veloso

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SOURCE: Need user manual for hitachi logicool window ac

check out this link for the timer:
http://www.logicool-ac.com/pdf/015%20-%207%20Day%20Timer%20Operation.pdf

check out this link for the manual
http://www.logicool-ac.com/tech_downloads.html

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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SOURCE: amana Ac compressor won't come on. Heat works fine.

would suggest replacing the compressor capacitor first before going any further. The capacitor aids in the initial start up of the compressor and if it is bad the compressor will not start. The capacitor is located in the area behind the control switches and is usually gray in color and round. They may be oval and silver also. For this type unit I think the capacitor is a dual capacitor which means it also runs the fan. Note that the compressor side of the capacitor can be out and the fan still run. So before I would think about replacing the compressor I would replace the capacitor which is about 30 to 40 U.S.D.

Good luck hope this helped
Dave

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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Dennis Boxerman

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SOURCE: red blinking and ac not working

If the power "flickers" and unit fails but will restart once the breaker is reset, this sounds absolutley normal. It is a safety device that keeps the unit from burning up things due to improper power being supplied. As long as resetting puts it back into service with no issues, don't worry about it.

Posted on May 14, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: I need the user manual - hitachi logicool i window ac with remote

what are the functions of remote control for hitachi window ac logicool

Posted on May 10, 2011

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