You probably blew the fuse behind the control panel. remove the front cover and then remove the control panel (usually a few screws). There should be a glass fuse attached to the circuit board. If its blown then just replace it and you're good to go.
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you can check your heat pump on the outside by turning off the power and listening to see if it makes a whoosh sound. and then turn it back on you should hear it kick in. Is the outside unit running? Sounds like an electrical problem maybe in the breaker or the contactor on the inside of the unit. This is where the 24 volts from the thermostat call to the 240 volts to kick on the condenser fan and compressor. Be real careful in messing with this because of the high voltage.
assuming that you have a reset button on the power cord and after pushing the button you dont hear a beeping sound, there's the possibility that your cord is defective. Check it with a volt metter at the end of the terminals.
If you can take out the thermostat, check to see that you have power on both connections. If not it may be a bad t-stat. If you can jump the terminals on this with at least a 12 awg wire and it starts, then thats the problem. If you do have power thru the t-stat then it may be the relay on the compressor. It will usuallly look fried if it's bad. Pull it off carefully (with unit unplugged). With an ohmeter, touch one lead to one of the three post on the compressor and one lead to the housing. Do this for all three. If you get continuity on any, the compressor is toast.
pedders air conditioning parts and service houston tx 713-661-1943 or try appliance parts reno i don't know if they deal fedders parts but they carry a bunch of weird stuff 320 S Rock Blvd Reno, NV 89502 (775) 348-7733 u sure its supposed to be 10.5 volts coming out of the secondary.
First you have to confirm if the remote control is defective. Use your cell phone camera to check the remote control transmitter. Using your camera as your eyes point your remote control to camera and "on" your remote control, light should emit in the remote control if it is good. Try to reset the error in the unit by disconnecting the power supply for 10sec. and operate the unit.If it the error code still present after the reset then you need a qualified technician for this problem.
Unplugged unit first. Take control panel out but dont unplug wiring. Cut Firth wire out from the center on the touch pad six wire plug. Cap both ends and plug back in. now unit will run on high cool and turn it on and off by plug and unplug