Question about Heating & Cooling
First ,you should verify thermostat has good batteries.secondly ,you should check to make sure the circuit breaker isn't tripped. If both of these give no results and you feel comfortable digging around the unit yourself, you will have to access the sevice panel on the outside unit to verify voltage from transformer. You should check the secondary side of transformer for 24 volt ac, as this is what feeds power to your thermostat . Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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