MY 2YEAR OLD WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER WON'T POWER ON
MY FRIGIDAIR MODEL FAA086P7A 8000BTU AIR UNIT WAS TAKEN OUT OF STOREAGE THIS YEAR. WORKED FINE LAST YEAR,TRIED RESTET BUTTON ON CORD,SEEM'S TO WORK,STILL WON'T POWER UP, TRIED REMOTE STLL WON'T WORK, DOES'NT SEEM TO BE GETTING ANY POWER TO UNIT.
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Hello, i have replaced cords on many window units so yes you can replace the cord. I believe if you go to a online appiliance website they will have the cord you need. I have found this website online with frigidaire parts http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts?s=t-faa065P7a-==
Sounds like a breaker has tripped (caused by the unit) or is it might just be 'off' for some reason. I would check the outlet (where the AC plugs in at).
If the AC is a 110V unit you can check the outlet by plugging in something else, i.e. a hairdryer. If the hairdryer doesn't work either - then you know your breaker is tripped. On the other hand if the hairdryer 'works' then you know the problem is in the unit, where I'm afraid you'd be better off to have a technician to trouble-shoot it, although you could try sending additional information at this point for more help.
Remember if it is a breaker tripped - it was probably tripped by a malfunctioning Air Conditioner so if it 'trips' again in the immediate future you will need someone to check it out.
You need to check for voltage to the display. Just knowing the plug is working doesn't tell you that the electronics are getting power. It is possible that the power cord is bad. Once you have tested the unit and the unit is actually getting power to the display, then it's probably the control board in this unit.
After 7 years of great service you should retire this system and replace it with a new unit.
Products made these days are not built for quality, that was back in the good old days, it's 2008, things are made to only last a short period of time.
Sorry I couldn't be more help, but I will only tell you the best solution for your problem and not waste your time running around trying to fix something that may cost you more than replacing the problem you already have.