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My air conditioner just quit working. how do i run my own diagnostic or just get it running again. i switched the breaker on and off to try and reset it but it didn't work this time.

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First does the furnance blower work ? go outside to condensor unit .their will be a dissconnect box connected to the unit. open door to dissconnect pull out connector or fuse holder to see fuses check with ohm meter replace the bad one time delay fuse s only p/s turn the breaker off before pulling dissconnect out please be safe good luck

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