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If your air conditioner displays E1 in the display panel and won't turn on, it means that the Room Thermistor (a device connected to the thermostat that detects room temperature) is shorted or defective, and you need to have your air conditioner serviced. If it displays E2, E3, or any other E
Air conditioners in the US no longer use the drain hole method of eliminating water that condenses on the evaporator. Instead, all manufacturers are building air conditioners that collect the condensed water in a pan, usually at the bottom of the unit, and spray the water on the condenser and
The following is from the California Energy Commission Consumer Energy Center Website: The cooling capacity of room air conditioners is measured in BTUs, or British Thermal Units, per hour. To figure the size unit you need, measure the space you're trying to cool and find it on this chart. To
Samsung air conditioners do not have consumer replaceable fuses.
All Samsung air conditioners are window type units. Window units are for mounting in a window only. A wall sleeve blocks the exterior side vents of a window air conditioner, which prevents the unit from expelling exhaust and condensation, and could cause damage to the compressor. In short, do not
No, you cannot install any Samsung Air Conditioner unit on its side. The components are manufactured to be installed in an upright position. Improper mounting can result in fluid leakage and component failure.
The serial number is located on the right side of the air conditioner. Note: If the complete serial number is not visible when the air conditioner is installed in a window, you can also find it behind the front panel.
Rattling noises are usually caused by loose mounting hardware. Please check all mounting hardware such as panel side vents, and outside leveling brackets if equipped.
If the smell of food is produced when running the air conditioner, this is the result of cooking while the unit is running. Changing or cleaning the filters can eliminate or suppress the smell. Additionally, using air fresheners that attach to the vents will eliminate and/or mask the odor.