Question about Heating & Cooling
Check outside breakers. Open up outside panel and see if contactor is pulled in. If so you have a voltage problem or a bad capacitor. Sometimes a wire burns off. So look for this. If you have a float switch on the inside unit it may be tripped. Stopped up drain. Russ
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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