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Hi Mine is a split AC of Fedders lloyd's. How do I find and check the fuse if its working ok? My problem is that while the fan is on, its not cooling. I can hear clicking of relay. Is the fuse mean for the main compressor fitted outside? Thanks in advance for the help.

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