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Bryant Legacy Air Conditioner doesn't blow out cold air

I have a Bryant Legacy RNC Series Puron Refrigerant Heat Pump. We turned on the air today and only hot air blows out, no cool. Tried the reset switch, checked the circuit breaker and had already changed the air filter - any other ideas we can try?

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Unplug the unit with all controls off, then plug back in and wait 5 minutes before turning on switct at unit. Good luck

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