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Line 2 fuse is bad. How do I fix it? What type of fuse do I buy to replace it? Are the Line 1 and Line 2 fuses supposed to be the same?

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  • mriordan Aug 20, 2010

    Both fuses are currently 50 Amp. Only Line 1 is time delay.



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Check the pcb board and then put fuse 3.15amps

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The fuses should be time delay 30 amp both fuses should be the same

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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    joe harper Aug 21, 2010

    well look on condensor unit data plate almost always 30 amp unless its like a 5 ton unit but any way time delay fuses for all condensing units



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