Question about Heating & Cooling
Yes.. first check circuit breakers on the outside unit. then.. make sure the power disconnect beside the outside unit is put in correctly. Sometimes a technition will replace them upside down. if you have power to the unit and it still has not came on.. make sure the unit is getting a "Call signal" from the thermostat. if there is a call signal from the thermostate reaching the outside unit, then listen for a "CLICK" when the thermostat is turned up and down. The click is the sound of the "COntactor" making contact when the unit recieves the "CALL Signal" This means the UNIT is most likely getting 220 volts, Check the voltage input to be sure with a Volt meter. IF you are still getting power and the unit is not running.. the run capacitor is most likely bad.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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