Question about GE Heating & Cooling
Yes there is. Take the cover off the electrical part on the outside unit. Locate the contactor grab your volt meter and measure at the two wires coming into it on the bottom. Should read 230 volts ... Now if you got a reading then go to the thermostat and move the switch to cool and go back outside and see if the contactor is engaged if it isn't that is where the problem is. Get back with me and can walk you through it okay? ken
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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