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AC control panel non-responsive

Climate controls are dead and unresponsive. The blower blows heat on high constantly and cannot be shut off. Any suggestions on what would cause this?

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  • boozrob69 Nov 30, 2008

    i have the same problem

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We had a similar problem with our heater randomly coming on by itself and blowing hot air. It would not respond when you pressed any of the control buttons to shut it off. We found a rebuilt one on EBay and installed it last fall. The controls have worked great and correctly ever since. He charges for the core so you do have to return your old control to him. The rebuilt controls do come with a warranty if you return the core.

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I had the same problem. I bought a ATC from a salvage parts store. $125 with a year waranty.

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