Below are introductory answers to frequently asked questions about product usage, warranty, and service of our Fedders air conditioners. Click on a subject heading below to view questions and answers relating to your selection. Links throughout the answers will guide you to further information on our website or from other sources. Should you have any further questions, please consult our contact us page.
Some units (Slide out Chassis) have cardboard packed around the compressor for shipping purposes. Remove any Cardboard around the compressor. DO NOT remove any Styrofoam material.
Check the LCDI Power Cord. Be sure it is reset. Check circuit breaker for the unit.
Your display is capable of displaying either Celsius or Fahrenheit. To change the display press Up & Down Temperature Arrows at the SAME time. The display will change.
It will not.
Window air conditioners will have some freezing problems if the outside temperature is below 70. Raise temperature setting up and do not run unit on Low Fan. This will give the unit more air flow across the coil.
That is correct. The operation of the fan insures the unit can maintain your desired temperature within 1 to 2 degrees.
Possible causes: Dirty air filter and air is restricted. Clean the air filter. Or the outside temperature is extremely hot. Set fan speed to a higher setting to bring air past colling coils more frequently.
That is the air movement sound and this is normal. If it is too loud, set to a slower fan setting. Other possible causes are window vibration or poor installation. Refer to installation instructions or check with your installer.
Improper installation. Tilt air conditioner slightly to the outside to allow water drainage. Refer to installation instructions or check with your installer.
Unit is removing a large quantity of moisture from humid room. This is normal during excessively humid days.
That is correct. Your air conditioner requires a certain amount of water to maintain proper cooling inside the unit when operating. Excess water will drip out the back of the unit. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRILL A DRAIN HOLE IN THE BOTTOM OF THE UNIT.
Your unit has a feature that tells you to clean filter. It is generally based on 250 hours of use. A good rule of thumb is to clean it once a month.