re: why the hell won't my AC work? fixed, thanksPosted by NWLATigerfan on 7/25/13 at 7:50 pm to TH03
ok, others have mentioned to make sure blower compartment door is on correctly. with door installed correctly there should be a small round clear window about the size of a quarter in said door. you should be able to look through window and see either a red or green light on circuit board. if light is on then you have power to unit and to board. ck that and get back to me
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re: why the hell won't my AC work? fixed, thanksPosted by wartiger2004 on 7/25/13 at 8:04 pm to TH03
Sorry man on your unit in the attic is there a overflow safety switch in the drain connection next to the main drain? If so the drain could be stopped up and overflowing enough to shut off the unit before it overflows into the emergency pan under the unit.The installer may have wired it to break the control power (R) on your thermostat and that would kill everything including the indoor blower.
if light is on that is a sign of normal operation. if it is blinking then you have a control problem. there should be a blink code diagnostic sheet on back of blower door. if it is not on you probably don't have power to the unit and we need to back up and ck some other stuff
Went on a service call to a cell tower unit in Mississippi couple of years ago.Bard wall hung unit snake had somehow gotten into the electrical panel and fried everything. Geez the friggin smell of that thing when I took the panel off.