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I'm seeing a master switch on the control board, try a reset there. But, sounds like a bad element. You need to test continuity through your heater components. When testing a component unhook wires first, as they will still have continuity even if bad with wires attached.
on Jun 04, 2017
Failure in comfort zone one
There is a capacitor connected to the motor on the compressor. If it fails, the motor won't start and the safety thermal cutoff will stop voltage at the motor terminals. There are fuses inside the power interrupt box on the side of the outside unit. One of them may have blown
on May 10, 2017
I am having the same problem that someone was
In simple terms... if the drain for the a/c begins at 5 feet, it can drop down to 2 feet and then rise back up to 4 feet 11 inches (if need be) and then out. Essentially creating a "p trap" just like
a sink or toilet. In the business we are taught to always make sure the water makes it outside. Run the drain, run the unit, make sure it makes it out!!! If it does and the drain line REMAINS CLEAN you should not have a problem!! Good luck!!
on Mar 19, 2017
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