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Fuse in A/C unit

I believe I need to replace the fuse in my A/C unit , however I don't know where to find the fuse... a repairman replaced it three years ago but I don't remember where it was located...

any advice would be great!

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  • smithm616 Jul 20, 2008

    The unit will not turn on. I have replaced the fuse and battery for the thermostat. The tower is not turning on, nothing is. I have checked the circuits. I can not find the high-limit switch. Is there a fuse I need to replace?


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This fuse is on the control board inside of the furnace. If you take the outside cover off you should be able to see it on the upper left habd side of the circuit board. It probably is either a 3 or 5 amp fuse depending on the size and/or model of your unit.

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