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Fan switch stuck on low fan speed and will not change to med & high

Was able to select all fan speeds. Turned unit off. Turned unit on and only get low speed fan.

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1) Press the POWER SWITCH key (Fig. G) to
switch the unit on.
2) Press the MODE key (Fig. H) until the DRY
indicator light illuminates on the control panel
(Fig. I). Each depression of the MODE key will
advance to a different mode setting (Cool -
Dehumidify - Fan - Auto )
3) If the room temperature is > 25°C (77°F), fan
speed can be adjusted. Press the FAN key (Fig.
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Note: The warm air exchange hoses must vent
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