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Amana heat unit led flashes code 3 what does that code mean

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Can you find the manual and see what it reads? It would help allot, sometimes theyare on the furnace door somewhere, even inside the cabinent. Let me know, if not then we can go step by step to try to figure out your problem, and save you money for a tech to fix it.

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