plug. it just trips. Either there is something wrong with the unit or you have something else plugged into the same circuit. Air Conditioning units draw a lot of power and will trip a breaker if there
plug keeps tripping. I have tried a different outlet and that doesn't fix the problem 2 things one) check to see that you have suffecent air flow through the coils , in other words make sure the
...KEEPS TRIPPING Your house wiring in not capable of powering the unit. Try a different location to plug in. Check the unit to make sure it is not faulty and will trip breakers because it is
Air conditioner will run awhile then flip the breaker, some time its the inside breaker sometime its the outside. I have cleaned the ac coils, I figure it starts pulling to many amps when it heats up.
...keeps tripping out when i try to fire it up i have checked all the obvious ie plugs ,fuses ,sockets etc Try tightening the screws on the breaker and the neutral(white) wire in the breaker box. They ...
air condition unit keeps tripping as soon as it is plugged in thanks jeff I ASSUME IT'S THE GFIC TYPE PLUG AND ITS WHATS TRIPPING ?. IT COULD BE BAD, SOO WHAT YOU CAN DO IS REPLACE THE PLUG WITH A
Question about FAX052P7 Compact Room Air Conditioner
air conditioner keep popping out when i plug it in You are tripping that outlet's breaker. Either too much is on that breaker and circuit or that circuit is not big enough, enough current to power
...breaker with all devices disconnected You have an opencircuit possibly at the wall outlet. Shut off breeaker, pull off outlet cover and take out plug unit. Check to see all wires are secure and no ...
air-conditioner it should be standard practice to call an electrician and have a designated plug installed with its own breaker that has been calculated with the correct wire size and amperage for the
Question about Goldstar GWHD5000 wall/window Air Conditioner
...working fine now the cercuit breaker keeps tripping but the 120 plugs not effected That's the problem. Ckt breaker trips but the internal short keeps the plugs hot. There's a big wiring problem
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