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If it is a electric air handler and you see a double pole breaker switch it is most likely 220/240v

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My air handler fan does not come on, the outside unit turns on fine. Is their a way to reset the fan?

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You may have a problem with the transformer inside the air Handler. You may need to check your breaker to the unit if it is a gas furnace make sure it is plugged in to the wall outlet. If it is electric you will be on a breaker inside your breaker panel. The transformer is a 120 volt primary to a 24 Volt secondary. I hope this helps.

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Sorry, but not enough information.

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Is the inside unit running, if yes is the contactor pulled in outside. If no try locating float switch on emergency drain pan ( could have a clogged emergency pan drain line)

Any further information you could provide could be useful in diagnosing your problem

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It's a 24v transformer. Your indoor unit houses the transformer for the outdoor unit. The outdoor has a low voltage (24v) supply running to it to push in the contactor for the outdoor unit to run. If your air handler inside has no power then it will kill your LOW VOLTAGE power to the outdoor unit. You will still have the high voltage power to the outdoor unit. You may have a fuse on the switch for your air handler blown if there is one. On the disconnect switch mounted to your air handler, you will have a door to open and a fuse in there. If not, check your main breaker at the panel. If you don't know what a transformer looks like, you may want to have someone familiar with electrical of HVAC help you. To check the transformer for power, you first need power to your air handler, which you don't have. I would say that is not your problem. I would assume your air conditioner is not running outside, correct? Your problem is the power (HIGH VOLTAGE) to your air handler. Loose wires, blown fuse, tripped breaker etc...

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sounds like fan motor is going bad - replace

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The power to your zone panel is from the furnace or air handler. There is a 3 or 5 amp fuse on the circuit board inside the furnace or air handler. I hope this helps. Please don't forget to give me a Fixya rating.

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