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Burnt wiring need wiring diagram

Burnt wires in electrical box.Need idea where wires went originally. Have compressor wires and wires to thermostat control. Also light wires and fan motor connection in electrical box.

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If the outside fan is running, (assuming the inside fan is too) then you can bet you have a compressor 'not' running. You know the fuses/breaker are good, otherwise, the outside fan wouldn't be running.

If you're lucky you have a wire burnt off the compressor and a honest tech will fix that for you - fairly cheap - probably around $150.

Or, you could do it yourself.

1) shut off all electricity to the unit, i.e. turn the breaker off or pull the fuse block. You'll find the breaker and or fuse block in the little gray electrical box mounted usually on the side of the house, but in any event somewhere close to the outside unit. If you're not sure - just follow the electrical conduit from the outside unit to the gray electrical box.

2) go to the compressor and pull the little plastic cap from where the wires all are. Usually this little plastic cap has a metal snap of some sort holding it in. But once you get the cap off - if you're lucky you'll have a wire burnt off one of the compressor terminals. If that's the case - all you have to do is get a new connection back on the wire and slide it on the vacant terminal.

Note: it's possible to have 'two' wires burnt off - in which case it might be a little more difficult - because then you will have 'two' vacant terminals. At this point it might be wise to get a service tech to help you out - to make sure you get the wires back on correctly.

3) once you have the formerly burnt wire back on the compressor terminal - you just need to be sure the new connection is 'tight.' Remember when it comes to electrical connections - 'make them tight,' otherwise you'll have problems.

4) put the breaker back in the up position or insert the fuse block back in - and turn the AC back on using the inside thermostat.

5) if it's not a burnt (off) wire - then my guess is you're looking at compressor problems and it's time to call a service tech.

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