Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, depending on what kind of set up you have, I will go with a central unit. They all have a main breaker. Central units that have a split system, have a disconnect box by the outdoor unit. Inside when you pull the plug out, most will have 2- cartridge type fuses inside. Some are on the block you pull out, and some are behind the plastic cover that you can't see. Also, depending on the age of the system, you will have a small 3 to 5 amp plug in fuse like you will find on your auto. It will be plugged into your circuit board to protect your low voltage power if you get a short in the controls at some point. This is all the fuses a system will have besides the breakers. Hope you find it OK. Please don't forget to rate me as I know you will be kind when you do. I will be checking back with you as I keep all people I try and help on file so I can do this, and please keep me posted on what you find.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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