Question about Heating & Cooling
The 3 amp fuse was replaced by HVAC tech a week ago now same symptoms I would like to do this my self can someone tell me how?
The fuse is for low voltage 24v wires it is most likely located on the control board inside your furnace or air handler most of the time it will look like an automotive fuse there is probably a reason why its blowing usually a pinch or short in the wire if its a re accuring problem you might want to get a resetable 3amp fuse or popper i would be more concrned about calling the company and saying you charged me and never fixed the problem
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