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Fan speed problem on GE 12,000 BTU window unit

My unit's fan speed suddenly switched to a low speed and won't go to medium or high setting now, whether by manually changing or by the remote. Is this a DIY problem that can be fixed? This is only the 2nd season the unit has ever been used and I can't afford to spend much to repair it, let alone replace it.

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A multi-speed, remote controlled, fan controller that only allows one speed would require a very smart person to repair it. Even the technicians don't repair them. They just replace them. This is going to cost you some parts.

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