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I have a Fujitsu ductless wall unit for air conditioning and heating. I have no manual for the remote control. Where can I get one?

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SOURCE: I have a remote control unit Model : AR-RY7

Jane,if you are still interested: Go to www.fujitsugeneral.com, click consumer, click service and parts, click manuals. Enter the model number of your indoor unit = small numbers on right hand side (e.g.,asu12rmlq and put plenty of paper in your printer. I had 19 sheets. Lots of luck. Bob

Posted on May 24, 2010

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The solution is to remove Jumper J5 at the top of the circuit board. For that you will need to open the remote by removing the 3 screws underneath, split open the case and then remove the 4 srews inside. Removing such a small jumper requires precision and you should use a magnifier to focus. You can scratch it off gently using a flat blade screedriver. Test before reassembling. I have succesfully converted both of my remote to Celsius. Fujitsu is guilty for that, the metric system is around for over 40 years everywhere.

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