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Air conditioner thermistor. The thermistor is a sensor connected to the control board that detects the temperature of the air. The ohm reading should be around 30k at a 75 degree room temperature.

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Red indoor coil thermistor. Should read around 30K ohms at 70 degree room temperature

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Thermistor assembly The resistance reading at a 75 degree room temperature should be around 4.5k ohms

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Thermistor The resistance reading should be around 9k ohms at a 75 degree room temperature.


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