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If compressor starts, check the running current of the compressor. If amperage is too high together with the discharge pressure, try cleaning the condenser fins and then after cleaning test the amperage and pressure again. If the pressure is still above the normal operating of 300psi, release some freon. If the discharge is too low below 200psi and running ampere of compressor is below the rated ampere of the unit add some freon from the suction line until it reaches 60-65psi. If still suspicious with the unit, try removing all freon charge and evacuate the system to 30 in. Hg to remove any moisture from the system and hold the vacuum for 30 minutes. If no increase in system pressure, recharge and check pressures and amperage.
on Sep 03, 2011
We own 1 of the230
Check the filters if clean try cleaning the coils front and back. A hose should do the trick. Just blow through both side try not to bent the fins.
on Aug 28, 2010
What is internal packaging and what needs to stay? Frigidaire AC
It should be pretty apparent what comes off the unit. Pop the front cover by the filter and remove any styrofoam, paper and ties that might be there. Also make sure to remove anything that would prevent the coils from breathing properly. Its really simple, dont complicate it anymore than need be and worry yourself, everything that comes out is obvious.
on May 02, 2010
Off all winter; now won't turn on. Used remote
I am assuming that nothing comes on in the display.
power cord for continuity,
power to board, if OK, replace board.
These are the only two things I can think of that can stop compressor and fan from working.
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on Apr 18, 2010
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