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1985 carrier unit stopped. all fans spin freely.

Volt meter showed capacitor was bad so I replaced it. Power to unit is on. I was told by a friend to push the reset button. Can*t find it. carrier model number 40aq024330cd. thank you

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Trace wiring out from fan motor back to relay or contactor. On the relay or contactor check with a volt meter and see if you have power to the fan motor. If you don't, you need to check the coil on the relay or contactor and see if you have power on the coil.(24V,120V,230V whatever is marked on the name plate). If there is then replace relay or contactor. if there isn't the control circuit is probably open and it is likely the high pressure control. You will need to locate this and reset it, if it is a manual reset, or it is possible there is another problem

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