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I have an older unit need to know what the top knob does

It has three knobs, fedders 6000btu ac, no front. the middle controls the coolness and turns off, I need to know what the other 2 knobs do and where i can buy a front cover thx:)

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  • ddsa31 Jul 05, 2008

    thank you !

  • lindamanhatt Aug 07, 2008

    Hi. I have an older model Fedders Window Air Conditioner-Model #A3T12F2A. It has two knobs on the front with no information plate behind them. Can you tell me What the top knob does and the bottom one. Do I turn them in a clock wise way? to turn it on and off and higher or lowe3rs fan speeds? Anything you can tell me will help. I just turn them blindly now and can't find any info on this unit or even a picture

    Thanks,

    Linda

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One of the knobs controls fan speeds, cooling speeds and an off position. Center knob controls temperature and bottom knob more than likely controls air exchange. As for the front cover it would depend on the units age as to if it would be available.

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