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I removed the blower from the furnace to clean it. After installing the blower the condenser would not come on. The furnace heating works okay The air conditioner works and cools the house if I force the contactor closed. I get no voltage across the leads from the furnace

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You don't have the t'sat wires to the outdoor unit hooked up. They should be on the y & c terminals. If they are you may have a burnt out contactor coil. It should read 24volts at the contactor coil when you are calling for cooling

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