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Circut breakers My air unit keeps tripping out the circuit breaker. What should I do

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    MODEL# 30RAN010-055
    I have error code T200, where is the circut breaker to reset to allow the unit to start up?

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Is it after it has ran for a while or tripping every time it comes on? If after it runs awhile check your wire tightness at the breaker and at the unit. Loose wiring will heat up a braker and trip it. Also check to see that the rating of the unit and the breaker are matched.

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