Amana
Heating & Cooling Combined Unit

Model #EMHK02/P6454102C Official Amana accessory catalog for remote control air conditioner & heat pump unit

Here are the diagrams and repair parts for Amana EMHK02-P6454102C accessory catalog for remote control air conditioner & heat pump unit, as well as links to manuals and error code tables, if available.

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    Refrigerator Screw#2

    (atk01/p1130001c) (atk04/p1130002c) (atk05/p6443902c) (atk06/p6443903c) Diagram

    Screw

    Part #M0211317
    Replaced by #WP489464
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    Screw#10

    (atk01/p1130001c) (atk04/p1130002c) (atk05/p6443902c) (atk06/p6443903c) Diagram

    Screw

    Part #M0211003
    Replaced by #M0216703
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    Manufacturer substitution
    This part replaces M0211003. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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    In Stock
    $3.40
    Screw

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    Screw

    Part #M0216529

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Switch

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    Switch

    Part #M0385301

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Wiring Diagram

    #NI

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    Wiring diagram

    Part #10084301

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    Mounting Bracket Weld#7B

    (atk01/p1130001c) (atk04/p1130002c) (atk05/p6443902c) (atk06/p6443903c) Diagram

    Mounting bracket weld

    Part #C6440801

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Installation Instructions

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    Installation instructions

    Part #10091201

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Switch

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    Switch

    Part #M0385401

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Pop Rivet

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    Pop rivet

    Part #A4539601

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    LIMIT, OPENS 143 DEGREES PLUS MINUS 3 DEGREES, CLCOSE 10

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    Limit, opens 143 degrees plus minus 3 degrees, clcose 10

    Part #B1102807

    The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

    Symptoms common to all heating & cooling combined units

    Choose a symptom to see related heating and air conditioning system repairs.

    Dirty air filter, clogged condenser coils, low refrigerant charge, faulty compressor
    Thermostat problem, clogged air filter, burner failure
    Dirty flame sensor, failed flame sensor, damaged burner, bad high limit switch
    Thermostat problems, bad compressor/condenser fan capacitor, lack of refrigerant, failed compressor
    Main causes: errant thermostat settings, lack of electrical power, clogged drain line, wiring failure, control failure.
    Main causes: Errant thermostat settings, lack of power, bad interlock switches, lack of exhaust ventilation, wiring failures.

    Repair guides common to all heating & cooling combined units

    These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your HVAC system.

    March 16, 2022
    By Lyle Weischwill
    How to unclog the air conditioner drain line

    The condensate drain line for your central air conditioner can clog with mold and mildew. Water will back up and start dripping below the inside air conditioner unit. Follow the steps in this guide to unclog the drain pipe.