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Window A/C unit .. fan will blow... sometimes it blows cool air and sometimes it's warm air. ???

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Try adjusting the thermostat to cool or heat position. Your a/c is good for summer and winter operation.

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The window units normally have a sensor thats attached to the front of the indoor coil. This controls the thermostat. I usually pull this sensor away from the coil because it stops cooling before the room is cool. It is attached to the cold coil so it senses the coil temp, not the room temp. You can normally see it when you remove the air filter. Don't break it! It may be a wire or small copper tube

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Sometimes it blows out warm air warm enough to warm an entire room, yet at other times is blows cool air that can kkep a room cool. I want it to blow cold at all times. how do i do that?


dry air feels cool on the skin

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Hi, my air conditioner works fine but if I leave it on to long it will start blowing out warm air. Then when I turn it off, it sounds like its still on. And I have to wait a whole day before it blows cool...


Sounds like the unit is icing up.

Window air conditioners are not usually of sufficient capacity to keep a room much below 74°F. If not allowed to cycle off occasionally during the day, the evaporator (cold radiator) will ice-over and prevent air from passing through it.

The way most are constructed, the water is designed to drain to the bottom near the compressor. The heat of the compressor and air provided by the condenser fan motor are intended to evaporator the condensate.

Try using a higher setting on the unit and see if that helps. It needs to be able to shut-down once in a while. If you have the option, set the fan switch to 'on' instead of 'auto'. This keeps the inside fan motor blowing all the time, with the compressor cycling as needed. The moving air will make the conditioned space more comfortable with a higher temperature setting.

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It blows cold air for 5 min. and the it blows cool air for 15 min. the room warms up . Why does it stops blowing cold air continuasly???? The thermostat was disconectet on purpose so it coul clow cold air...


See if you can reposition the thermister on the facing of the evaporator coils. That could be it or the thermister might be bad. They don't use copper/mercury sensing bulbs these days. They use these cheap thermisters.

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