Question about Amana ABC2037SS Air Conditioner
Ok sounds like your transformer is not working. Now as long as no one has removed the doors to the furnace cabinet and they are in place just like the are suppose to be, because there is a door switch that turns off the power to the whole unit until the door is in place correctly. Find the circuit board and look to see it you have a fuse on the board it will look like a car fuse the spade type they are 5 amp fuses. If it is good find the transformer and replace it. If you feel comfortable around electricity there are two sides to the transformer line voltage which is 120 and the secondary side which is 24 volts. If you have a volt ohm meter ohm out the transformer each side line side and low voltage side. An open on either side will be noticed and then replace the transformer. I know this is alot of things to check but just elimanating everything it could be before condemming the transformer. Turn the main breaker off and replace.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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