Question about Heating & Cooling
The Unit is Central air and the system sets outside. I hit the button that jump start the system before, but the button comes back up and stop connecting or touching the copper strip. I was working on the system this morning at 3 am (My wife made me do it!) when I noticed that the pipe were freezing over. So, I turned the system off.
I stuck a paper clip in this button to keep the system running when the system froze the pipes. Also, the system did not work. No air came out of the vents, hot, warm, ot cold. So, that's when I turned the system off.
What can I do?
Try first cutting system power for a couple of minutes, even from main. With some luck it can be enough to reset the system, as it looks like a problem with the control board. The control board has also a coin battery and a reset bridge on it , but to access them you need to take apart control unit. Try fist turning off main power switch for 5 minutes or so.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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