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Snowflake blinking in one zone

Our AC unit is working in two other zones. The main zone will not kick on and the snowflake is blinking - I've changed the batteries in the thermostat. Any other suggestions out there?

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I saw that my snowflake was blinking while the unit was in the 5 minute lock out state (after power up), but went to steady after that.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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