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Can't get heat from Sanyo 24KHS32 system

Home sale. Old remote control was lost. Picked up a new remote and can't get the unit to produce heat. Not sure if I have the right remote or if the unit is defective. Where can I find instructions/pictures for the remote? Don't have a manual for the system.

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  • john_cosgrov Jan 12, 2009

    No, it does not beep. I'm convinced it is the wrong remote. It clearly says "Air Conditioner" on it, but I know this is the Heat Pump split system model. The remote will produce cool air, the baffle will fan back and forth, etc.

  • jmrfxit May 11, 2010

    remote beep when pressed?

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It is not the remote, unit has a problem it could be reversing valve

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