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very limited information generic answer look on the covers of the unit for your c line connection and check if your thermostat wires were connected if all are then you have a c line but not connected on stat if not connection at units then run a line to the stat

Fedders Heating... | Answered on Aug 30, 2020


How do I tell the age of a Fedders furnace or air conditioner from the serial number?
Although the Fedders brand is used for window units nowadays, this encoding only applies to when they manufactured unitary (split) systems years ago. The second letter of the serial number indicates the year of manufacture (from 1966 to 1977):
A = 1966 B = 1967 C = 1968
D = 1969 E = 1970 F = 1971
G = 1972 H = 1973 I = (not used)
J = 1974 K = 1975 L = 1976 M = 1977
An ancient Fedders unit we recently inspected had the serial number AH11877, indicating that it was manufactured in 1973. The home was built in 1973, which provided a secondary verification of the manufacture date indicated by the serial number

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Fedders Heating... | Answered on May 19, 2020


BEST WAY IS TO GET AHOLD OF THE MFR'S TECH SUPPORT LINE EASILY OBTAINED FROM YOUR SERVICE MANUAL OR INFO (NOT SURE OF STATE)

Fedders A6P09S2A... | Answered on Oct 08, 2019


Usually the front is held on with screws on the sides of the unit. I would check behind the filter screen trim plate as well. I would be surprised if the front is just snap locked on.

Fedders Heating... | Answered on Apr 29, 2019


You need to know why it's there. I'm guessing one put it there because of a reason, (no common outside, only one good wire, no 24 to power a board, SOMETHING). What and exactly where is it hooked up?

Fedders Heating... | Answered on Mar 21, 2019


It prevents the unit from short cycling and killing the compressor. The air vent brings in outside air to "refresh" the indoor air.

Fedders Heating... | Answered on Sep 27, 2018


Do you have power to the unit? Pull the unit and start checking for power only if you are comfortable with a live circuit. Start checking with switch to turn on unit. Be careful you didn't tell me if this is 115v or 230v which can zap and kill you.

Fedders Heating... | Answered on Aug 22, 2018

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