Question about Fedders A6Y12F2B Y Chassis Room Air Conditioner w/ 12,000 Cooling BTUs & Electronic Controls
The ac comes on at 75 degrees and the buttons won't allow it to go down any. The buttons "click" when I push them but the digital # stays at 75 and no change in the physical temp either. Anybody know??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely you is gonna have to replace the control.Sometimes getting a wash rag real hot and going over the buttons will help unstick them.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
you can get a manual analog dial thermostat, atan appliance store and substitute it for the current stat, some boards also have installer settings that you can reset the limits, (I would try that first) there also are some that have dip switches that can be set to override, the issue with the last two would be finding an installers set-up manual, as I said I would search for that before I tried any non factory components
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
it is ok to run your fan continously. constant air filtering as long as it pauses before a/c cycles on. will not use any more electricity than a toaster. is there a fan programing feature on t-stat. if so you will need to turn programing to fan off
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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It depends on the room varables, If it has an attic, tile ceiling, what type of walls, where in the building is the room and so on? The biggest problems is all ways the power. Get a free estaimate from an A/C company. Everyone and myself needs to see the room before they give you an recomndation that can truly be applyed to your situation. But to give you some ideas, I would put a 2.5 ton - 3 ton unit just for over kill. Go with a straight cool package unit. If your company tight on cash just get a mini split system with a 30,000 BTU to 36,000 BTU cooling capacity. Cost for something thats going to last 20 years, avg. is $4,500- for the package unit and as low as $3,000 for the mini split.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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