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EE means energy efficiency. hen EE is displayed there can be a defective thermistor or insufficient ventilation.
following works on some A/C system: "When EE is displayed, press
"energy save" and "zone control" simultaneously for about 5 secs"
also testing the system in auto mode, check ventilation and if possible
test thermistor by reading impedance with a multimeter.
If when EE is displayed the unit also becomes non-responsive and does not turn off, then the problem may also be a defective controller board. Other parts, included the ones mentioned before, must be tested before replacing the control module.
It means that an error has occurred. If you have a 4 button comfort control. Follow these steps to reset: To initiate a RESET, do the following in the order listed: 1) Turn control on to ensure annunciator data and light are present. If data and light are present, continue to next step. Depress MODE switch to activate annunciator light. Simultaneously depress the bottom two buttons (temperature UP and DOWN) and hold. While holding these buttons down, depress the MODE button once and release. Release the two buttons previously held down. Depress the MODE button once again. At this time the light should extinguish, and the mode should register “OFF”. If not, repeat these steps. Retest system ensuring that all functions are present and operational.
If you have the five button comfort control. Turn the unit off and hold down the mode and zone buttons together. While holding them down, turn the thermostat back on. Hold the buttons down until an FF appears on the screen. Release the buttons and the display should return to normal. If not, try it again.
I have a dometic duo-therm. The unit works great and fan blows strong and both high and low work., but air is coming out of the ceiling unit rather than the duct work. The bedroom unit works OK, but the air is strong out of one duct, and not much comes out of the others. The front unit only has air coming out on the A/C unit and none out of the ducts.
I have been trying to get in touch with a service rep to find out but unable to get one. They wanted proof that I had purchased a unit. Its possible that your receptacle is not polarized right. By that I mean the two wires may need switched on the receptacle or maybe it doesn't have a good ground. You may want to try temporarily using an extension cord and try another plug. Most things will run good on receptacles wired wrong but with a computerized AC it may be seeing a fault. If you still need help I think the best way to find out would be for you too contact the store that you bought the unit from and make it their responsibility to find out what the EE stands for. If they cant, get the unit replaced and try again. If you do get hold of a service tech # from Maytag, please send it to me at email@example.com
Hope this helps.