Question about Maytag M7Y10F2A Air Conditioner
When we plug in our new Maytag A/C we are immediately getting an EE in the display window. There isn't any mention of this in the manual...can anyone help. Thanks
Hi, I have been trying to get in touch with a service rep to find out but unable to get one. They wanted proof that I had purchased a unit. Its possible that your receptacle is not polarized right. By that I mean the two wires may need switched on the receptacle or maybe it doesn't have a good ground. You may want to try temporarily using an extension cord and try another plug. Most things will run good on receptacles wired wrong but with a computerized AC it may be seeing a fault. If you still need help I think the best way to find out would be for you too contact the store that you bought the unit from and make it their responsibility to find out what the EE stands for. If they cant, get the unit replaced and try again. If you do get hold of a service tech # from Maytag, please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org Hope this helps. kstfas
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
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