Question about Heating & Cooling
The click you are hearing may be the relay or contactor. If you hear the noise at the outside unit and nothing starts out there the problem could be with the fuse or breaker that supplies the high voltage to the condenser, as this is on a separate breaker than the furnace.
Check the large breakers in the main breaker box. If they are okay look for a box on the outside wall of your home near the condenser unit. It may contain a fuse or breaker in there. If those are okay then there could be a problem with the capacitor or contactor. You would have to check the voltage coming into the contactor and out. You should have 240 volts on both ends with the contactor activated.
Let me know if you have questions
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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