Question about Amana Heating & Cooling
If you can hear a click or see a light when you turn your thermostat from up to down you do have power there. Or, you can put a meter on your thermostat and see if there is any voltage or not. If not in either case, you can try this if you feel qualified around live power.
Turn off the circuit breaker to your heat pump at your master circuit breaker on the home. Tape that circuit breaker open with red duct tape or regular duct tape and don't let anyone near it while you do the remaining.
Remove the electrical service panel at your heat pump.
Look for a service panel breaker, reset or inline fuse.
Replace or reset if able and see if your heat pump comes back on when you turn your circuit breaker back on and your thermostat is down to 60.
Since you say you had an electrical storm when this occurred I would be surprised that your master electrical panel didn't pop your circuit breaker out to your heat pump. Failing that the service panel on your heat pump should have popped a fuse, reset switch or breaker. Failing all of those, you will need service from your a qualified service tech for your model maker. Your home owner's policy may cover expenses above your deductible. It would be worth a call to your Insurance company should the voltage rectifier circuit on your heat pump have been destroyed by the electrical storm.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
What casused you to think the thermostat was bad?? Check for power at the compresser and or see if the compresser is running first........If so then feel the freon lines at the rear (outside) ones getting hot if not and the ecompresser is running you have a leak in the system and it is low on freon.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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