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No power at panel on PTAC (but GFCI is Ok and unit Hummms)

Power to the unit- some "humming, but NO lights on digital power control panel and when I try to put in diagonistic mode--no luck..

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SOURCE: ptac fan keeps blowing

Try setting the fan control to "AUTO" this will cause it to cut out with the compressor.

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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SOURCE: Amana PTAC (PTC153B35AM). Unit has simply

Hi,

The hum that you arehearing is probably the transformer so that is working...as far as what the problem is...
that could be many different things...

The control board just went bad....

the keypad is bad....

A sensor is bad...

Dip switches positioned wrong...

Is there an external t-stat???

To find the exact problem it will take an experience tech. with an electric meter to follow things through and figure out what is going on there...

heatman101

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SOURCE: PTC073E35AXXX humming

sounds like a control transformer . No danger.

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Hello. Critical question--is the dishwasher on that GFCI circuit!? If so, (A) you might have voided any warranty and (B) you should NEVER have appliances with digital boards on a GFCI circuit. Why? Because the method GFCI breakers and outlets use to keep us safe(how they reference current to ground) can blow out the electronic control boards plugged in to the circuit they monitor. I am ALWAYS telling my customers to immediately switch out an outlet or breaker which is protecting a washer, dishwasher, or microwave. I know that electrical codes often mandate that a GFCI device be within 3 feet of a water source but the design engineers didn't think about that one...It often is buried in the users manual to NOT connect the device to a GFCI.
Now, after all that, I need the model number of your unit to help you most accurately--some dishwashers have a main fuse on or near the main control board. If this fuse opens, voila! The unit is D-E-A-D until you replace the fuse. However, if there isn't a fuse, you've got a blown main board(and possibly user control panel, too). Power slams like the one you experienced are notorious for damaging control boards. That's why power outages are so destructive--they either blow out boards immediately or cause them to fail in about 3-4 weeks afterwards due to the damaged chips on the board starting to fail from over-current/voltage. I hope I helped you!

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I have an Amana ptac hotel type thru the wall unit. The unit won't turn on - it's plugged in. The gfi button is popped out. There is power to the wall plug. Any ideas?


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If you reset the GFCI button and then when you go to turn it on the button pops again, then you have a short inside the units probably in the fan motor or the compressor..

heatman101

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If the units are worked on by someone who is not GE approved service tech, yes it can void your warranty. If these units are not properly installed it could be why you have excess moisture. A slight tilt toward the rear of the unit gives better moisture drainage to the outside.

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