Question about Heating & Cooling
If you took the wire off outside at the unit you may have tripped a beaker inside the house so check all your breakers. Or the worst case is you may have shorted out the transformer. The transformer will be located inside at the air exchanger unit or the main unit in the house. The transformer takes 110 volts Ac and converts it to 24 volts Ac for the low voltage side, Ie. the Thermostat, and any controls (relays, switches). It may be hard to access or even see depends on model. But check for voltage on the transformer itself.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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