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Where is the reset button located on the outside unit and is there a reset button on the inside unit?

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  • kdhottmama15 Jun 14, 2009

    I did that all ready and it won't start. What happend was the transformer got hit by lightning and wen the power came bak on there was no air and it will not start the thermostat clicks but nothing in the attic starts on the inside unit and the outside unit won'tstart either. Any idea on where the reset button on either unit is?

  • kdhottmama15 Jun 14, 2009

    I did that all ready and it won't start. What happend was the transformer got hit by lightning and wen the power came bak on there was no air and it will not start the thermostat clicks but nothing in the attic starts on the inside unit and the outside unit won'tstart either. Any idea on where the reset button on either unit is?

  • kdhottmama15 Jun 14, 2009

    I did that all ready and it won't start. What happend was the transformer got hit by lightning and wen the power came bak on there was no air and it will not start the thermostat clicks but nothing in the attic starts on the inside unit and the outside unit won'tstart either. Any idea on where the reset button on either unit is?

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Try turning the circuit breaker on and off at your power box, it may work

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