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What kind of a/c is it window /central/ ?i can help ..what is the name brand ?is it a digital readout /if its a window unit let me know ..if its a window check to see if their is a reset on the cord where it plugs into wall..let me know ..good luck /joe/

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Look on your furnace control board there will be a 3 amp fuse (purple) check to see if its blown if so make sure the 24 volt wires going to the a/c are not touching each other at any point then simply replace the fuse

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    terrys_heati: what is wrong if THIS happens - I replaced the 3-amp fuse. When I turn on the air conditioner, there is a low hum for a moment and it blows the fuse again. ? ? ?

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