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Is there a reset for the a/c unit itself

Yesterday the air conditioner was working fine, turned on today and nothing, not a sound. the breaker box has no tripped breakers, I reset the control panel. is there a reset for the a/c unit itself, weather king model #13AJA36A01 manufactured 03/2006

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Check for fuses in disconnect at the out door unit or a reset button where the copper line set goes into the unit at make sure stat wires have not been damaged hope this helps

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