Question about GE AJCQ08ACB Air Conditioner
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like the outside condenser wires are still not hooked up correctly or there is a problem with the 24v electrical inside the unit. Describing what you have, I'm just banking on the connections. Now, if you have a heat pump system, there will be more wires and a little more difficult, but a normal split system will have two wires going from the furnace to the condenser. These two wires should be hooked to the Y(Yellow) terminal and the C(COM) terminal on the board inside the furnace. If it is a air handler unit, then it needs to be connected to the Blue and Yellow wires. The two outside condenser wires can be hooked up either way, it doesn't matter. I hope this is a simple fix for you and not something more. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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"PLACE A JUMPER (PIECE OF WIRE) BETWEEN Y AND W IF YOU ARE USING A HEAT PUMP WITHOUT AUXILIARY/BACKUP HEAT." if this dosnt work check the fuse in the air handler you may have blown it if you did not turn the unit off before installing.
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