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Most probable is that the thermostat is wired wrong. Supply voltage on the line side of thermostat and unit in device side. Refer it instruction for more info. Now the unit will run for a short time after reaching desired warmth, the unit will continue (fan only) to cool down heating elements.

Heating &... | Answered 6 hours ago


Most of the time the capacitor is listed on the motor, if not it should be on the capacitor itself. If it's enclosed you may have to remove the cover to find it,

Heating &... | Answered 6 hours ago


You have aa model number please? And to somewhat answer your question-- this error usually relates to the unit not being able to directly control the fan speed.

General Heating... | Answered 11 hours ago


SADLY READING MINDS HERE IS NOT WHAT WE DO

Heating &... | Answered 11 hours ago


SAFETY FEATURES
1. A Tip-Over Switch is built in to prevent operation if the Heater is tipped over.2. A thermal overload protector is built in to prevent overheating.3. If an overheat temperature is reached, the Heater will automatically shut off. It can only resume operation when the user resetsthe unit.To Reset Heater:1. Unplug the Heater and wait 10 minutes for the Heater to cool down.2. After the Heater has cooled down, plug the unit into a 120V~ electrical outlet and follow the operation instructions describedin this manual.


TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS
If your heater shuts off unexpectedly or fails to operate, one of the above-mentioned safety features may have been activatedto prevent overheating.1. Be sure the power cord is plugged into a working electrical outlet.2. Check your heater for obstructions blocking air flow and remove them.3. Make certain the Heater IS NOT FACING a wall or large object; this may restrict the air flow.If you have a problem that can not be resolved by the steps listed above, contact Technical Assistance at 800-233-0268, Monday throughFriday, between the hours of 8am and 5pm

Lasko Heating &... | Answered 11 hours ago


If this is the Danby 8003 you mentioned, here's a link to the unit's manual. That should get you what you need. Good Luck!
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Danby-DAC8003D-Air-Conditioners-manual/id/886bh629/t/2/

Danby DAC8003D... | Answered 13 hours ago


replace the thermostat then

Heating &... | Answered 14 hours ago


Go here to learn what to do https://pvcventscreens.com/furnace-lockout-mode-reset/

Heating &... | Answered 16 hours ago


Sounds like the blower motor is getting hot and cycling on internal motor overload. Probably airflow or the blower bearing or capacitor. Turn off all power to the unit then you need to check the filter, Evaporator coil to see if air is getting through it. When checking the coil for a blockage you need to remove a side plate, it's triangular and check the entering air side of the coil to see if its blocked. You need a volt ohm meter with a micro-farad scale to check the blower capacitor and motor amps. You could have a bad motor bearing.

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