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The Exterior Units does not turn on.

I turn on the AC thermostat inside the house but the unit outside does not go on. I already changed the breaker outside but it still did not work. I work only when the unit inside is running for a couple of hours the the outside unit goes on, what shluld I do.

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It sounds like the outdoor unit is tripping on high pressure. This can be caused be a dirty outdoor coil. It can take hours for the unit to reset and try again. a loose or damaged control wire can also cause intermittent power loss as you have described. With that said I suggest that you call a technician to check it out.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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