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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spilt air conditionerl
Hi deabreu5. I have a spare remote for the fujita split system model: KFR I also have the instruction booklet but no manual.
Mine lasted for 3 years and no cold air comes out anymore. I'm going to have a crack at fixing it myself somehow. But a spare remote came in the box so I'll sell it to you if you like.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
SOURCE: We have a fujitsu reverse
Check if the remote control if still good, using the camera of your cellphone point remote control to the cellphone camera and press the "on" button of your remote and you can see the light emitting from your remote control transmitter. If the lights emits that means your remote control is good, if not means the remote control is defective.If the remote control still good try to press the RST or RESET button on your remote control and try. If wont works it means that the reciever board in the indoor unit is defective.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: No cold air blowing from vents
faulty indoor fan motor, check for blown fuses first in the indoor fan unit first before replacing motor. i live in s.a to i feel your pain.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: Water level float switch error
You do not mention the model, I presume that it is a cassette, in which case the float switch is located in the indoor unit. You have to remove the cover which is 4 screws. First make sure all power supply is turned off. Then remove the drain pan which surrounds the fan blade. You will see in one corner of the unit a slightly deeper part of the drainpan, this is the corner where both the condensate pump as well as float switch is located. Before you do any of this, give a serious blow into the drain pipe from outside and this may dislodge any sludge which may be causing the floatswitch to stick. You can also pull out a rubber plug which is under the pump on the drainpan.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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