Question about Carrier 38BRC036 Air Conditioner
Last winter a Repairman came to my home and replaced the control board on my carrier home unit with model 325878 751 board. He took the manuals and is now out of business. It is now hot and the outside unit does not come on when the unit tries to cool the house. Obviously forgot to hook up a wire. My question is which one and where.
If the inside unit is running properly, there will be a yellow wire (or blue) from the thermostat down in the furnace that needs to be hooked up to the Y terminal also there is a red and white wire in the same place in the furnace coming from the outside unit, one goes to the Y terminal also and the other would go to the C terminal in the furnace. Otherwise you may have a bigger problem.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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