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My ac wires have come loose...do i reattach the white wire to the white wire, the red wire to the red?

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If you are talking about the outside condensing unit, then yes. It actually doesn't matter which wires of the two you hook up, they will both operate the same. Hope this helps.

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So, undo the wire nut with the three wire and hook one of the red or white wirtes to the wire nut with only one wire. Then you sould have a black wire and one of the other red or white wires under each wire nut.
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