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I have a 5ton package unit electric/natural gas. unit is 2yrs old. There is 220 v0lts to the unit. unit will not come on. there was some voltage surge during bad weather at the time unit went down. the 3amp fuse is ok. the little red light does not come on. please help

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This can only be 1--of 2 things, (the easy fix first, transformer or curcuit board is bad) .If you have 220 volts then check for power going into the transformer, (220 vt) and then power going out, (24-28vt) (90% of the time, its the transformer, 10% of the time, its the cuircuit board.! , i

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