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Split system air con suddenly dead, no stand by light on. Will not switch back on. Circuit breaker did not trip. Need to know where fuse is located.

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Larger split system air con gets power from the external unit while smaller air con gets power from the internal unit. Can you find any power switch or power socket/plug around the external or internal units?

Posted on Nov 19, 2013

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  • Helen Whelan Nov 19, 2013

    internal and external units are hard wired

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    Charles Ma Nov 19, 2013

    Is the air cond for a room or bigger area such as living area?

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    Charles Ma Nov 20, 2013

    The fuses, if installed, should be in the unit connected to the power supply/point. The other unit will be connected to the first unit. So if there is no sign of power, as in this case, we need to verify if power is available in the unit that connect to the power supply/point.



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