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Remot control not working for this unit

KSR20C Kelvinator Air Conditioning. Where would I get a new remote control please. I live on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

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Your condensor fan motor has more than likely gone out. This fan should run at all times when the unit is on. Since the fan isn't working then the motor must have gone out.

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