Question about Heating & Cooling
Does the compressor also run constantly? If it does, the problem with the outside unit may be a stuck contactor. You can remove the cover where the power goes into the outside unit and the contactor should be located near there. If it is stuck, turn off the power to the outside unit and tap the contactor to try to free it, depending on how bad the contacts look, or replace the contactor. As for the indoor fan, you could have a bad fan relay, if that is what your unit has, or a bad fan sequencer, which is what some units use. These components will be located in the air handler. Hope this helps. Let me know what you find if this doesn't help and I can offer more advice based on that.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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