Question about Heating & Cooling
Paul, you will need to look at the indoor unit and determine which wires from outside are connected inside. let me know. more then likley they color coded it but better to be safe. also does the fan inside still run if you switch thermostat to fan ON. if not the transformer may have blown, if yes you need to make sure you shut the breaker controlling the inoor unit off while your messing with the wires, or you will blow the transformer in the furnace
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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