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Old 01-06-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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In and Outside units on, BUT WONT BLOW ANYTHING!


I turned on the A/C for the first time yesterday, worked great and woke up this morning to find both the Inside and outside units on, but nothing blowing out the vents. I have tried both heat and cool and neither one seem to blow. There was frost out on a copper pipe from the outside unit in, and one inside the outside unit, but now both are defrosted and its still not blowing. I have replaced my filter, which was pretty dirty, but I am still not getting anything, please help! Thanks so much!

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Old 01-06-2008, 02:36 PM   #2
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In and Outside units on, BUT WONT BLOW ANYTHING!


shut the stat off no fan or system and go to the fan section shut that power also on the toggle for the unit.remove the fan cover section and see if...the motor is hot to the touch or will not spin when you turn the squirrel cage.if it spins and not hot close it back up and put toggle switch back up fot thrfan section.up at the stat...put the stat to FAN ONLY no system, see if the fan is running.you had ice on the lines is because the fan stopped during the cooling cycle with no air across the coil in the fan section it is just an ice box and you get ice.

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