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A/c or heat are not working

The a/c was working fine this morning and I left work this afternoon, turned it on and nothing. could it be a fuse?

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    Paul McGrath May 11, 2010

    Insufficient information provided. Additional diagnosis required to solve malfunction. Kind/type of information needed relates to efforts to discover the 'cause' of the malfunction (fuses are only part of the diagnosis). Additional checks, such as wiring, relays, A/C system state of charge, signs of any leakage, damaged A/C compressor drive belt, etc. etc.

  • Ray Keckeisen May 11, 2010

    is the fan still blowing on any speed

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If no blower ,i would check this first

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