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Display panel not working M#FRA156MT1

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remunguia1

Hello guys,

 I’m having a problem with this Frigidaire window A/C. I can’t seem to find the troubleshooting manual for the proper voltage I should get to display panel and what wires to check coming from the main control board. Anyone know? Please help.

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49 minutes ago, remunguia1 said:

I’m having a problem with this Frigidaire window A/C. I can’t seem to find the troubleshooting manual for the proper voltage I should get to display panel and what wires to check coming from the main control board. Anyone know? Please help.

That's a tough one. Frigidaire is squirrely and lacking technical information on RAC.  

Seems to be a sore subject around here. RAC that is.

I think many here don't think RAC is worth servicing.

Wish I could answer your question for you.

Maybe someone will yet.

 

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evaappliance
38 minutes ago, Quick said:

I think many here don't think RAC is worth servicing.

The smaller units just usually end up being to much, the lifetime is about 4 years , so don’t put much into it especially if it is that age or older. 

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evaappliance

The boards are about $100 each , there are two .  

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remunguia1

Yeah I guess your right! I don' understand why they just dont' have the manual and specs for troubleshooting.

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remunguia1
54 minutes ago, evaappliance said:

The boards are about $100 each , there are two .  

Pricey! Is there a troubleshooting manual anywhere?

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remunguia1
1 hour ago, evaappliance said:

The smaller units just usually end up being to much, the lifetime is about 4 years , so don’t put much into it especially if it is that age or older. 

Theres got to be something out there for these units.

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evaappliance

Just my opinion but I believe the company intends for them to be throwaway , have run across some that doesn’t even have a parts breakdown. 

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evaappliance

Trust me we do not like throw away appliances, they are bad for our careers.  So we sympathize!

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remunguia1
1 hour ago, evaappliance said:

Just my opinion but I believe the company intends for them to be throwaway , have run across some that doesn’t even have a parts breakdown. 

Yeah or for you to get a new one. The company has Electrolux on the data plate.

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