Question about Heating & Cooling
This is a fc4bnb054 carrier heat pump. It occasionally trips the breaker on the unit. I have used a meter and checked electrical connections and voltages and the only thing that I found was that I could not get a reading from the output side of the transformer. Could this be the problem or do I need to look somewhere else?
I believe you are tripping the breaker because you are too close to the capacity of the breaker based upon the distance from the panel to the heat pump. If you are electrically skilled you could check this by measuring the distance and then looking at the standard to see. If this makes little sense to you, you may need to have an electrician check for u. Either way, good luck with it.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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