Question about Air Conditioners
The unit inside turns on and blows...my unit outside will not turn on i can hear a click but nothing else..it was just put in (the whole unit inside and out..we double checked power and lines..charged it ..but itstill wont run??? Please help
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New Unit? wow wheres the installer? kk I'm assuming thats a dead end for some reason. Check for 220v at the compressor relay. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say your not getting the 220v power that you need to operate the unit. Do you have other 220v appliances such as a dryer or stove, if they are working properly that means that both legs of the 220v are making it from the pole to the house. Is the wiring in the breaker panel to the breaker that protects your condenser secure and tight. Are you getting 220v to that breaker? Is the wiring in the disconnect box by the condenser secure and tight? Are you getting 220v there? Is the connections to the compressor relay secure and tight are you getting 220v there. Is the compressor relay closing and are you getting 220v to the compressor? See how this works. Lol, Fun isn't it GL I hope this helped.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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