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No power ac will not come on at all. it was the second summer i use it . i noticed that the numbers on digital display were flickering and sometimes going off. do you think the part is the problem. i checked the socket and its fine.

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Most likely the circuit board, part number 6871A20271A. I replaced this board last summer and it lasted about 4 months ($33/board). I am now trying to find out why the boards are self destructing.
Units belong to my relatives, they own two of them and they are both not functioning, I expect the same problem with the two of them.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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