Question about Heating & Cooling
Have you removed the board. there maybe a burnt trace that you can jumper with a wire. I have done this is the past.
I went tot sears and found your model with part numbers. the link is below
alot of parts for this unit are discontinued by sears you maybe able to find online somewhere other than sears
hope this helps. I am sorry I can not be of more assistance but it seems you already have covered the basic troubleshooting that can be done on my side.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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