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Model A6T12F2A. digital control panel is stuck on

Fedders model A6T12F2A. digital control panel is stuck on 75 degrees and low fan, but power and energy saver buttons work.

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  • jasonpuffinb Jun 25, 2009

    yes. some buttons work, some don't

  • Dan Webster
    Dan Webster May 11, 2010

    Have ya tried to kill power and let it internally reset?

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    Luis Mendez Aug 18, 2014

    Display panel indicates "EE" what does that mean

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More than likely you is gonna have to replace the control.Sometimes getting a wash rag real hot and going over the buttons will help unstick them.

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