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Have indoor remote model RT501 pressing on and off button to turn on, but not operating. changed battery in remote and still not working...HELP

Changed battery, pressed on button with bot result

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If you have a digital camera or phone camera - check there is a light flashing from the end of the remote where you 'aim' the remote - if not the remote LED has failed - if it flashes the receiver or indoor board of the air con could be faulty - if you have vermin around they could also have eaten through communication wires - good luck

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6 When the latest abnormality code on the main unit and
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Remote Sensor -58 to 158 deg F *
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