Question about American Standard Heating & Cooling
I would check the outdoor unit, Trane uses "Sump Heaters" on their compressors
and when one fails it will blow fuses at the disconnect or trip breakers.
The sump heater is a small metal pencil sized item at the bottom of the compressor
with something that looks like lamp cord going to it. Also when the start capacitor
fails it will exhibit this symptom. Look at the can shaped items inside the cover
If they are leaking, or bulged this may also be the problem.
(with the breakers off to everything including the inside unit to prevent shorting
These are the most common problems and the parts are less than 20 dollars each.
I service 155 trane units at my properties.
hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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