Question about Heating & Cooling
With what you described, this usually happens when your breaker is too small. If possible, read the information plate on the unit, it should say the fuse amp size there. Sometimes when the compressor is going out it will also do this because it is having to work so hard. I'm not sure what unit you have or if it's a window unit or a central air unit, but I hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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