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Old 07-21-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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when i turn on the ac the unit in the house will come on but warm air because the unit outside is not coming on the blade is not turning

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when i turn on the ac the unit in the house will come on but warm air because the unit outside is not coming on the blade is not turning
Did you check the breaker and the outside disconnect?

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Do thermal overloads reset in an ac once they pop?
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Do thermal overloads reset in an ac once they pop?
They better since they are hermetically sealed.
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i've honestly never had reason to have one apart or do anything with an ac units internal wiring. at least I'm not too proud to ask
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i've honestly never had reason to have one apart or do anything with an ac units internal wiring. at least I'm not too proud to ask
Lol, I hope you know me by now that it was a innocent attempt at humor.
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Yup was just a generalization. Most the guys I know are too proud to admit they don't know. I look at it in the sense that there's just too much equipment and different jobs that there's no way to learn it all in a lifetime so why be ashamed of not knowing something.

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