Check the thermostat to make sure it’s working properly. Take a look at the condenser to see if it’s dirty or blocked. Clean and/or change your filter (We recommend once a quarter.). See if any ice has formed on the coils. Check and/or clean the outdoor compressor.
Check and reset the thermostat. Replace the dirty filter. Clear the clogged condensation drain. Try to diagnose duct malfunctions. Clear the area around the compressor.
Turn off your air conditioning system using the thermostat. Search for the breaker box. Shut off your AC unit at the breaker. Wait at least a full minute before switching the breaker back to the “on” position. Wait for 30 minutes before turning your unit back on at the thermostat.
Test the load: If you saw a voltage reading during the previous step, run the same test on the “load” side of the fuses. You should again see a reading between 220 and 240. If you see a voltage reading on the “line” side but not the “load” side, it means you have a blown…
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