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Air Conditioner won't work after resetting and testing

My airconditioner suddenly went off, and after which I followed the directions to unplug reset then replug in and push the test button then reset button again and all that is displayed in the digital window atop is "EE"... 2 E's. Have no idea what this means. So does the "EE" represent something? Like the plug needs to be replaced or any other ideas would be welcomed. Thxs, Drilla

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  • madmissileer Jun 13, 2008

    I have a Q chassis Fedders with the same issue. Found c/b fuse blown and replaced it. Now display says EE.

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What kind of a.c. and what is the model number

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Look for a red reset button on the plug.

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Take it back to the store. Manufacture defect if it died after only 10 days. Attempting repair or disassembly will probably void warranty.

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Do you have enough power to unit? Check plug for any loose wires on unit, with unit unplugged of course.

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Unplug it for a few minutes and see if this resets the unit and cures the problem. If the unit was running when you did this, you cut power to the compressor and it will lock out for awhile until pressures equalise. This is normal and is meant to protect the compressor from being short cycled.

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