Why is my remote not controlling my ductless air conditioner?

January 13, 2009 by Shawn Mack  
Filed under Troubleshooting Guide

Remote:  When turning on the remote you should hear a beep from the indoor unit.  If you hear the beep the remote is in working condition.  The unit will not beep when turned on.

Things to check when this happens:

A. Faulty remote, replace batteries if this is not the cause replace remote.
B. Blown fuse on the indoor control board.  Remove control board from indoor unit and replace.
C. Indoor unit is not receiving power.  Check the line voltage between the terminals.
D. The indoor board could be faulty, replace indoor board.


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