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Where is the fuse box in the inside air handler?

We have a trane xe1000. We were updating the thermostat and believe we have blown a fuse in the air handler. We checked the power with a tester going into and in the air handler, which is positive. We tested the thermostat and nothing. Where is the fuse in the air handler that we need to replace? The 50 watt in the outside unit was blown and we have replaced. We also replaced the power cord and box.

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There should be a small 3 or 5 amp fuse on the circuit board inside the air handler.

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