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Help We have a Freidrich - floating air, air condition and its not working. We pulled the cover off, and then put it back on and all of a sudden the unit stopped working. The operating and timer light is flashing, so its on. I don't know what to do, can anyone please help me.

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  • catherine th Aug 23, 2008

    my timer button is on and it didn't work right because it didn't produce cool air

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Do the lights flashes alternatively or simultaneously? If they flash simultaneously (at the same time) the unit is in test mode. If the flash alternatively, then there is a fault with the unit. Obviously when you pulled off the cover you must have touched or moved something.
I would get the unit repaired by a professional
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