My window AC may have such a device I suspect from its location (on end of cord as part of plug) and appearance, add that to the three other possibilities I mentioned below of what he calls "surge protector" and we may be able to help???
Re: AC units tripping surge protectors in reply to John T, 06-16-2013 14:06:16
Tried again today with no luck. As someone said earlier, this is a LCDI, on the end of the cord. Looks like I will be pulling at least one of the units out and taking the cover off to see if I can"t find out what is making them not work.
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