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PTAC Friedrich PTAC PDE12K3SB - no heat I determined that there is sufficient power (220 volts) to the unit ad that the heating coil seems to be good - no burn spots nor break in heating wire - Need reputable service and parts site

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Maintenance Warehouse 1-800-431-3000

That should get you started. Hope it helps.

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