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James Garrison Barnes

FRIGIDAIRE FAZ12HR2A stopped working

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I have a Frigidaire FAZ12HR2A (air conditioner / heater)


The buttons started lighting up and beeping (randomly) for about 5 minutes at a time, several times every hour, but the unit kept working properly.  After a couple weeks, it just wouldn't turn on anymore.


Friends who tinker with HVAC have told me they think maybe a board or relay or something electronic has simply gotten shot.  There's no indications of lightning issues.  I'm hoping someone can give me a basic idea of what might be wrong? and what price ranges the parts and labor could run....


Obviously, I cannot fix it myself, but I just want to determine whether to fix it or replace it.  I believe it's around $800-ish to replace it...hopefully a repair can be done for less?

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Sounds like it might be a stuck button to me.  The fuse is not blown cause she still beeps.

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Well, he wants an estimate, Dan.

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common issue on these.

the push buttons which are called tact switches become leaky and cause a host of issues.

you can replace the front control board as the main relay/power should be ok.

If you want to be cheap you can replace the switches , for around 10 bucks. most tv shops carry these parts .... If you can still find one in business that is.

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