Question about Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner
I was weed eating yesterday and I got tangled in what looked to be the wires that go to the thermostat, well needless to say my AC shut down and once I hooked the wires that I cut back up still a no go, I checked under the house and followed the wires all the up and to the thermostat and it is fine, there are actually spots where it is zip tied off to prevent to much tension, there is what looks to be a momentary test button on the side of the AC under the electrical panel and when I press it the fan kicks on, but like I said it is momentary. I also took apart my thermostat to see if anything was fried and it looked OK too. I deal with car electronics all day (i know not completely the same but) I know what a bad electrical board looks like. Either way, all the breakers are good and are not popped so I don't know where else to look.
Check on the board and see if the 3amp fuse is blown,if you do not have
a fuse in this board, then check for 24volts between R and C, if you do
not have voltage there your transformer is blown, it will also have a bad
burnt smell if it happened
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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