Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, the problem is in the outdoor unit if the indoor unit comes on and is blowing air. At the unit, you will have a disconnect box, 220 volts. Inside there will be 2- fuses. If you can't see them its because they are behind the plastic cover. You may have blown a fuse. This is where to start. Its best to replace both of them, as if 1 blew the other is close behind it. You say the outdoor unit is doing nothing, this is where the compressor and condenser fan is and if this unit is not running, you will have no cooling. So, find out why by checking for power to this condenser. If you replace the fuses and it starts, take a garden hose, kill the power and wash out the coil. Careful not to bend the aluminum fins with to much pressure. Turn power back on and let it cool. We have to find out why its off and this will be the place to start. Please keep me posted and we can go from there.
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Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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