Question about Heating & Cooling
Thanks for you question,
First thing you will need to look at is the Breakers in the breaker panel, is the breaker tripped ? make sure by flipping the breaker to off then on, sometimes it doesn't show as tripped, if that's ok, then the next thing to check is the fuses in the disconnect next to the condenser, make sure you shut the breaker off to the unit first, then remove the fuse and Ohm check them if you have no reading on either one, then you should replace them both, after replacing them, turn the power back on and hopefully your unit will fire right off ! if these first things dont work, let us know we can go deeper into what else might be the problem, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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