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I have a 2.5hp split system fujita and when it was fitted it worked perfectly, however when I went to use it again the system wouldn't work. thought it was out of gas but found out it worked if you activated it manually. Rang the sevice spare parts mob and they quoated $180 for the board in it. there started the problems because there is 2 boards in one for the remote which is the 1 that is blowen which they didn't know about and the main board ($180). Still waiting for the spare parts mob to get back to me!!!!!! Help
My Fujita remote stopped working, you would unplug the unit & turn it back on, the system would go into a test of the airflow lever (opens & shuts), remote would not turn on unit, found that on back of receiver board where 3 wire plug connection is, solder joint had shorted across from r to - . scratched this away with screwdriver carefully & all ok.
to get to board you remove 3 screws in filter cover & 3 plastic covers with 3 screws below air flow lever, just lift up cover enough to remove 1 screw holding remote receiver board in.
Posted on Mar 09, 2013
I am pretty sure you would only need to buy the remote board, but before you do, you could try to resolder all the joints on this board. It is a small board with a couple of LED and remote sensor. Then make sure it is plugged in well, and give it a try.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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