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Amana PTH153B50AE heat problem

I have the same problem with my Amana PTH153B50AE . It runs with cool air come out but no heat. Can someone suggest anything wrong and what part I need to replace? Thank you very much.

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  • bg453wire Nov 22, 2008

    I have the same problem.........did t2123 ever get a response as to what part he needed to fix his unit



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U must check if the unit outside is working when u turn on your air conditioner.

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