Question about Heating & Cooling
Many units have pressure switches, when low on refrigerant will not allow the unit to come on. If you are not mechanical, you won't want to do this on your own. Someone will need to check the refrigerant and the condenser coil to see if it is stopped up with dirt. These would be the first two steps I would try if you are certain you have power to the unit. Do not wash the unit out with water due to electric components unless you know exactly what to wash and what not to.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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