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High cool and low cool not working

When I choose fan only the motor runs. When I choose high heat or low heat, the motor run and I have heat. When I choose high cool or low cool the fan does not come on. Why?

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Hi,
Pls check the following....
1) Fix the wire connector to Reversing vale
2) Check the Capacitor if this a low capacitance or (open) not function using Multi-tester.
3) Check the Selector switch if this is not function using Multi-tester . or check the PCB Board (if electronic your units) replaced the Board.

If not yet,go to the nearest repairman to repair that units.

Thank you,have a nice day.


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Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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