Question about Amana PTC123B35AE Air Conditioner
You have a bad heater coil. This coil is located behind the evaporator coil in the unit. To access this coil you will need to remove the a/c from the casing. Right behind the coil you will see a metal box that has metal strands crisscrossing inside of the bos this is your heater coils. Take the model number and serail number to an appliance parts house for replacement part. Good luck on your repairs hope this helped
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