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    a/c problem

    I have a packaged condensing unit on my mobile home for my a/c. Coming out of the unit I believe I have one big supply duct and one big return duct. I keep poping my fuses on the condenser, then I replace them and they will blow again a couple days later.what do you think could be the problem?

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    Excessive amps.
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    it's impossible to tell over the internet what is overloading the circuit.
    best thing to do is have a mechanical contractor investigate the problem.
    DON"T KEEP CHANGING THE FUSES!!! you will likely destroy the unit. best thing to do is have a tech check out the system. if the unit runs when you change the fuses, the repair should not be massive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeybow View Post
    Move to AOP?
    Agree. Looks suspiciously like DIY.

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    Moved to AOP Residential. Only vetted pro members are allowed to respond here.
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