Question about Heating & Cooling
if you have the service manual for the unit and if it s accessible, i strongly suggest that you scan the unit's service manual.
once the unit is opened, near the power supply, you should be able to see a 10 / 15amp fuse, if you see it blown or triggered, have this fuse replaced. these kinds of fuse is readily available from a local electronic shop.
the fuse may look like the ones below.
Once these are replaced and still did not give any restart on the unit, please consult the service manual on having the "power supply capacitor" replaced.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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