Question about Heating & Cooling
My central a/c will not turn on. There just seems to be no power to the entire unit. Checked fuse box in house everything okay there. Could this be a bad thermostat? What should I check before calling for service/repair?
There is usually a small fuse inside the indoor unit(furnace or air handler). That fuse generally is located on a circuit board and looks like a car fuse. It may be amber or purple in color. This fuse may have blown. If so you may have a bad circuit board. I recommend calling a NATE certified Tech for service as this one has several possibilities. Good luck.
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