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My air conditioner keeps blowing fuses in my apartment what do you do to stop this problem

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Could be loose terminal wiring.
Check Capacitors for swollen or leaking oil.
Use time delay fuses.
check amperage at fuse block.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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SOURCE: 1996 volvo 960 air conditioner keeps blowing fuse.

your compressor-clutch coil is starting to short-out and drawing too much current,repl should alleviate your symptom

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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SOURCE: My air conditioner is on but not blowing cold air and buzzes

The compressor is not starting. The buzzing noise you hear is the compressor trying to start and then the thermal overload trips. When it cools it will try to start again. Could be a bad capacitor or the compressor is bad. These two units need to be tested to see which one is bad. A capacitor is inexpensive. If it's the compressor it will be cheaper to buy a new AC.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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Has this air conditoner been running on these fuses for awhile, and is it just now starting to blow the fuses? If so then have a short in the air conditioner. If this is the first time you're trying to run this unit on these fuses, then you need to check the rating plate on the air conditioner for the full or rated load amps and see if your fuses or the outlet rating will carry the amps the unit is drawing.

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All related to blown fuses,

1- Fuse blown in the engine compartment LH.
2- Fuse blown in the cabin forward LH below the dashboard (below your legs left hand).
3- Fuse blown in the harness (wire bundles) below the dashboard very easy to reach with your hands “just look underneath steering wheel ".

U said " The air conditioner blows, but the air is not cold.
" Yes only the fan working which might receiving power independent all from those other mentioned things.
If all fuses OK. Then look for broken wires.

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