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I have an older trane twe030c140b0air handler and it was workingq fine then today froze. Fan in unit will not run. Sparks from conteoller. Is that the correct name? Unit is 208 thanks

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Turn power off to air handler. Jump red and green inside the machine. Turn power on. If fan runs then the problem is likely outside of the machine, that being tstat or tstat wire.

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