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Does frigidaire faz12hr2a have heat pump?

Does it have a heat pump or strip?

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It appears to have an electric heater core. See item #12 on the parts diagram

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Jul 4, 2002 - M40L0004.eps FAZ12HR2A Parts.eps. 63611647.eps. Product No. FAZ12HR2A2. Series. Cool/Heat. Color white. Volts. 230/208. BTU-Cooling.

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SOURCE: Frigidaire FAZ12HR2A Air Conditioner

System will not shut off. Fan runs constainly.

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SOURCE: Frigidaire Model No. FAZ12HR2A Heat/Cool

Heat pump or Electric Heat ?

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SOURCE: I have a Frigidaire heat and ac unit. Model

Turn your AC on and see if it is blowing cold air. If it isn't, it is most likely the "blower" that has gone out. Also check the thermostat and try putting in new batteries (even if it appears to be working). Another thing to try is to make sure you have changed your filter. A dirty filter can block the air flow.

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Newer Frigidaire dishwashers and many newer Whirlpool dishwashers use a wax motor to open the soap dispenser. The plunger insidethe wax motor slowly moves and pushes the plunger and door open. And, if thiswax motor doesn’t receive 120 volts, then it’ll not work.

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