Question about Heating & Cooling
The outdoor unit should have it's own 220 volt breaker, and on the wall near the outdoor unit should be a disconnect box, some disconnects have breakers, others have just a disconnect bar, and behind the metal plate are fuses.
I would check the breakers at the panel first, make sure that there is 220 volt output, then kill power and go to the disconnect box and if there are fuses, use your meter and make sure that they are good, alot of times, only one fuse will blow and one is good.
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Posted on May 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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