Question about Ruud Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Those are the low voltage wires from the thermostat and transformer. Yes he can just match up the colors and splice with wire nuts or something else to hold the tight. If the transformer got shorted out during any of this it may need to be replaced. Hook them up and if the unit runs, then no problem with the transformer.
Posted on May 23, 2010
If the fan motor is not starting it may be the capacitor located behind the electrical panel on the outside unit. These are relatively inexpensive and easy to change. You can disconnect the power to the outdoor unit and remove the capacitor. Take it to your local HVAC wholsaler or contractor and have them check it. If its bad it should run you 20 to 30 dollars to replace. If it is not the capacitor then it may be the fan motor. If the blade turns easy it means the bearings are fine. One of the windings may be open thus making it able to turn but not run when power is supplied. I think this is a heat pump and there may be a control board on the outdoor unit which may control the operation of the fan. I have not found a wiring schematic for the unit yet. Once I find one I will let you know. The problem listed above is very comon and inexpensive for you to fix. If it is something other than the capacitor, I would call you local NATE certified technician and get her looked at.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have a RUUD Model
Most likely you have this A/C plugged into an extension cord that is not large enough, an outlet that doesn't have the juice to power this A/C, or your A/C is burned out and drawing too much electricity. It could also be possible that the breaker is worn out. They are only designed to trip a few times before they don't operate properly any longer. Also, make sure you don't have this A/C plugged into a surge protector.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
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