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possible start up capacitor for fan or compressor bad or bad motors

Haier Heating &... | Answered on Dec 24, 2019

Tip the air condition back so water drains outside window.

Haier Esa408k-l... | Answered on Oct 17, 2019

Really not enough info to give a good answer yet... was it cooling your home good before you switched to heat? If it wasn't, then most likely your system is low on refrigerant... when it is suppose to be on, check to see that your outdoor unit is coming on, if it is on and the outside unit looks like a block of ice or starting to ice over, the defrost control board has failed and needs replaced.. hope that helps

Haier Heating &... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

One thing you can try is to hold down on the power button and plug the unit in. Hopefully you will hear a "beep". Then you need to unplug it for a minute and plug it back in. This is a known procedure to clear error codes from the control computer on units similar to yours, so it might possibly work. Something else you can do is download and look through the Users Manual for your model, which is at this URL: --> http://www.haier.com/products/product.asp?proID=3705 Hope this helps! ;)

Haier HWF08XC5... | Answered on Jul 24, 2019

i have a haier esa412m that had that same code e0, in my case it was a loose solder connection for the thermal sensor in front of the evaporator behind the intake air filter, the board with the loose connection sits behind the control pad, you will need to remove the covers, both front and top/side, disconnect the main power board and look for bad solder connects and resolder them, takes about 45 mins if you are a little handy.

Haier hwr10xc6... | Answered on Jul 24, 2019

Their a sealed system..only way is to install a piercing valve...good luck they usually always leak after that... but it won't fix the problem you need to find the leak..good luck

Haier Heating &... | Answered on Jul 15, 2019

Fortunately, from what you have described, the unit is working as it should. But, the frequency that it's occurring is what I think you're concerned about.

If you are operating the Dehumidifier Mode along with the Cooling Mode, this will generate more water in the tank and require more frequent draining. Running the Dehumidifier and the AC (Cool) at the same time is not recommended. It reduces the cooling capacity of the AC Mode and generates heat in the room. And, as you already know, more water.

Hope this helps you and thanks for choosing FixYa.

Haier CPRD12XC7... | Answered on Jul 10, 2019

make sure to set time on unit then program

Haier Heating &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

E7 normally no 120 volt current to unit

Haier Heating &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

Any mold in any part of the unit is not good, especially if its in the Styrofoam, Styrofoam has pores and hides the mold spores well, it would be dangerous to actually run the unit with mold spores as it can travel inside the house. Unfortunately companies that make these units don't make these units mold proof, why should they? that's how they make their money. I have three units, one has always given me problems with mold. It always comes back. The other two are always clean. My best advice, get rid of the unit and get another one or get a free estimate on Central air and heat. Mold is very dangerous and is not worth the risk, it can cause a number of medical issues.

Haier HWR08XC7... | Answered on Jun 05, 2019

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