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We had a thunderstorm and my thermostat died (carrier), now my upstairs unit is not working!

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Have you pulled cover off thermostat to see if any fuses behind it that may have blown?

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You amy have a blown fuse in your AIr Handler. There is a small 5 amp auto fuse on the fan board on the inside unit. You can replace this yourself. Just open up the panel and you will see on top a solid stae board with a 5 amp fuse plugged into it. Shut off power before you do this ok. Rud

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