Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, it sounds as though you have a window or wall type unit? If so, and the new one doesn't work either, have you checked to see if you have a power problem? The other or older unit may have tripped the breaker or the plug where your cord goes may have a bad wire, a burned off one if it is aluminum, as they get hot and will loosen up and burn off. I would have to say its a power problem for sure if the new unit doesn't work either. Can you check this and get back to me to tell me what kind of a/c you have? This would be helpful if its not a power problem, which I believe it to be. You can plug a extention cord into a different socket and plug it in to see if that plug is dead also. I think you will find the power problem. Please rate me if you will and be kind as I know you will. Get back to me as I have all of your information I keep on file for my solutions and let me know the outcome.
A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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