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OLDER MODEL AMANA AC HEATPUMP WALL UNIT, 230. WILL NOT TURN ON, NO NOISE/ NO HUMMING ETC. HAVE VERIFIED ELECTRICITY IS AT WALL FIXTURE. WHERE IS LIKELY PLACE TO START CHECKING? WHERE IS MODEL NUMBER? IS NOT ON COVER, ONLY SAYS AMANA

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After power come from the wall plug, it goes to the selector switch then to the thermostat!! !

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I have an older amana central ac/heating unit, fan not turning outside, did pencil test, turns slowly then stops. changed capacitor a month or so ago all was fine. started making a humming noise so ran and...


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Open following link for large print instructions, and specific wiring step.
Read the additional help for step by step action.
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