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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
MOST LIKELY NEEDS NEW BOARD , THERMOSTAT , TRANSFORMER , MAYBE FUSE ON THE BOARD AND
CHECK FOR WIRE BREAKS AND PROPERLY CONNECTED WIRES
AND IF IT STOPS THAT SUDDENLY THE COMPRESSSOR MAY
BE BAD SO CHECK FOR A GROUND OR TRIPPED BREAKER, AND
BURNT WIRES..CHECK FOR SIMPLEST 1ST. NARROW IT DOWN
AND MAKE SURE OUTSIDE UNIT IS RECEIVING POWER AND
CHECK CAPACITOR. LOOK AND CHECK FOR DISCONNECTED WIRES INSIDE AND OUT.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
SOURCE: We have a Coleman Evcon
Check your stat. is it set properly on cooling, and low enough to turn the unit on, with power on and the stat calling for cooling you should at least get the fan and the out door to kick on, if not your stat or the transformer could be bad. there is a reset on the transf. on some of the unit that could be tripped
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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Could be just a blown fuse or circuit breaker. Fuses are generally located close to the unit in a small box on the side of the house. You will have to flip the box open to find the fuses. It may have a cartridge you have to pull out. Fuses are not visibly bad, you have to check them with an ohm meter or sometimes a hardware store can check them for you. Otherwise you will have to buy two and just replace them both.
The circuit breakers are usually in the house along with all the other breakers in a main panel. There will be two breakers and will probably be visibly tripped. Just flip them all the way back and forward to reset
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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SOURCE: The heater works just fine,
The heater works on an electric coil...
The A/C must run the compressor...
If A/C does not work then the compressor is not working...
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
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