When I go to turn my AC on on the thermostat, it will blink cool, I will hear the ac unit kick on but no air will come out. I was wondering what is going on and if there is something that I could check.
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The motor of your air mover in the inside unit has failed.
It is responsible for circulating the air through the exchanger and your home.
This may be located in an attic space depending on the construction of your house.
Running the cooling with this not working could cause your outside unit to operate continuously or fail.
A more remote possibility is that the thermostat has failed and is only causing the outside unit to run.
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Hi, on the thermostat there should be a door of flap that opens, pulls down to reveal more buttons such as Cool, heat, auto, off, on. Find these and they will either be switches or a touch pad. Turn it to cool and auto. You should be able to use the arrows to lower or raise the temperature at that time. It may say hold temp on it also. Set the temperature where you want it, lets say 75 and push hold temp. It should work for you now. Please let me know how it turns out or if you need more help. Sincerely, Shastalaker7 A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor
Check your thermostat wires to see if you have any of them which are bare and touching. If any are touching separate them and tape em up and try unit again. You have a direst short in your cooling portion of the unit.