Question about Amana Air Conditioners
Make sure the powr is on to the unit.
There should be a disconnect at the airhandler/furnace.
If it's a breaker, try flipping it off then on. If fuses, check the fuses.
Make sure you are actually getting power to the unit itself first.
If you are, you could have a bad transformer or low voltage fuse on the board is bad.
Does your T-stat have batteries? if so, replace them.
Check these items first, then we can go from there.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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