Question about Heating & Cooling
Sounds like the float switch is tripped. Check the drain line for a piece with 2 wires. Pull this out and check for water. DO NOT LEAVE OUT, must vacuum or clear drain line. Good Luck!!
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Check all the easy things first. Check that all the settings on the thermostat are correct for AC. Does the AC unit run? If not check the electrical panel breakers to see if the AC unit breaker is tripped. If it is tripped, reset it. If it continues to trip, call are reputable service company. There are little or no items for "do-it-yourself" unless you have the training and equipment to service AC. Good luck.
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