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I have a Air condition Fujitsu model ASU 18T unit outdoor, but my remote control model ar-fb2 is not working. I need replace it cause rignt now I can turned off the AC.
Please send any solution.
Sara I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM RC MODEL # AR-JWZ PLEASE HELP WHERE CAN I FIND IT
If your remote control have display but cannot transmit signal to the unit. Confirm first if the remote is really the problem, using your camera or cellphone camera as your eyes point the remote transmitter to your camera and "on" the remote. You should see light emits in your remote control, if no emitted light then the remote control is defective. But if there is a light the defect is in the unit receiver.
Check also if there is a reset or rst button in your remote control and reset it and try.
Check also if there are error codes in the unit, reset the unit by disconnecting the power supply in the unit for 10 sec. and "on" again and try.
The unit can be operate without remote control, use the manual button located in the unit.
If the remote control have no display replacement of remote is recommended.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Thanks for assistance.
My problem was simple and stupid. I had place one battery by wrong end. Oupss!!!!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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