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My FEDDERS air conditioning/ heating through the wall unit won't respond to my remote - the batteries are new and the screen on the unit won't change from " E2 ". Perhaps it is related with the snow? Anyway -- I'm cold!

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First you have to confirm if the remote control is defective. Use your cell phone camera to check the remote control transmitter. Using your camera as your eyes point your remote control to camera and "on" your remote control, light should emit in the remote control if it is good. Try to reset the error in the unit by disconnecting the power supply for 10sec. and operate the unit.If it the error code still present after the reset then you need a qualified technician for this problem.

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