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We have a trane heat gas pump/air conditioning electric in same unit. they removed the gas pump. i looked in the electric box to unit and it did not have any fuses. i went to lowes they told me 30, i've tried 30 but still doesn't work. any suggestions, please help. hot in tennessee. my email
thanks, judi crockett
If they removed the compressor (gas pump) the wires would be disconnected so that it could not possibly be started. With the gas pump removed it is not meant to be restarted until the proper repairs are completed.
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