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Is your air conditioning unit keep breaking down?

-- Check the Circuit Breaker
-- Change the Filter
-- The most important step you should take is call a Professional Air Conditioning Service Provider. Because they know what issue you're facing with your Air Conditioning Systems and they can fix all that easily.

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Hello , this is Bobby and I have a Coleman Mach rooftop air conditioning unit Model # 8335B8964 when I turn on the unit ,it throws the circuit breaker . I have replaced the starting capacitor and the running capacitor for the compressor, the fan runs ok.Is there a circuit board for this particular unit?


Here's a link to a service manual, with step by step tests to determine whats wrong. I'm thinking compressor shot, but this should confirm, and or help you determine for yourself. Be careful with those capacitors eh !! Read warning in service manual.

http://www.rvcomfort.com/pdf_documents/1976141_copy.pdf

Oct 19, 2010 | Coleman Mach 15 Air Conditioner

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my heat and air conditioning wont blow out through the vents


Check the air handler to see if the blower is on. First check the circuit breaker which gives power to the blower.

If the condenser outside is not on, there is no power anywhere. Again, check the circuit breaker.

Also possible faulty thermostat.

Mar 05, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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air from a/c does not cool; compressor does not turn on


1: Pull out the "Service Breaker" located on the Wall next to the outside unit.

2: There are 3 Wires running to the Compressor.

3: Check to see if any are "Heat Burned" and replace.

4: Put Service Breaker back in from step #1 and try unit.

If that doesn't work call me.
570-809-9028
No charge for any further advice
Thanks
George





Apr 27, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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no air conditioning unit inop


you lost your 24v check the transformer at the furnace at R and C treminals see if you have 24v if not your transformer is gone but you also have to have the door switch on the blower section closed and check incoming power as well

Aug 17, 2008 | Carrier 38BRC048 Air Conditioner

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