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A/c stops after fuse pulled out then put back in.

A/C #2 stops working due to flood in crawl space and water got into the air handlerAir. A/C expert will check it out tommorrow.
A/c #1 (airhandler in attic was working. Then fuse to both compressors (A/C#1 and 2) outside were pulled out checked good and put back in.

Now A/c #1 in attic still not working. I checked the circut breakers in atttic, they were on. Main circut breakers outside checked.

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Remove the fuse holder for the number 1 A/C and turn it over and put it back in, it's probably upside down.

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