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Samsung AQ12FAN, indoor unit starts on it's own, and stops after a few seconds, and starts again, and stops again, and... All this even with the batteries out of the remote. If I turn on the unit, after a few second it stops, and starts again on it's own, and just after a few cycles like this I manage to have a working AC. Does anyone knows what it could be wrong with it?

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Hi,

It could be that the motor for the device needs to "warm up". Everytime it stops the internal thermostat sees that the target temperature has not been reached so it starts the internal motor again. This happens in a cycle until the motor gets warmed up or the target temperature is reached. This is my hypothesis. So, you might need to get the devices's motor checked out. Thank you.

Posted on Jun 05, 2022

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    John Mac Jun 05, 2022

    Hi, and thank you for your answer. However, as I stated before, from a stop(stand-by) state, the AC just turns on by itself, and then off again, and on, and off, and so on for a few times, until I unplug it from the wall socket.

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