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Amana ptac i have an amana heating and cooling unit in my room at school and i was messing with it to lower the temperature setting and now the LED just read 'on' in lower case letters. the ac or the heat will not turn on. is there anyway to reset it? how do i clear it so that my unit works again? thanks.

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First you have to hit the plus(more heat) and minus (more cool) and hit off twice then the unit should show c1 and wait till it shows L5 the hit the plus sign till you get to zero then hit off.

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Unplug it, or turn the breaker off for 3 minutes, unit should restart.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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