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    need help with an old trane package rtu

    here is the m# sahcc6060c10c75d3d00cgflmnrtb
    circuit on will not start and i have found nothing open in the circuit to keep it from starting. any help that anyone can give its kicking my butt. Thanks

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    you will have to learn how to read the scematic, and use a meter to trace out a open circuit.
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    you will have to learn to read!




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    Welcome to thte site...also read the rules that state we cannot give DIY help here...even if you are in the trade, we cannot out here in the open forums. So take a moment and read the rules and apply for pro membership so you can join us in the private forums where you can get help.

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    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

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    Does the unit have an economizer and and is your circuit open in the economizer controls? Any bad molex pluggs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a/c1 View Post
    Does the unit have an economizer and and is your circuit open in the economizer controls? Any bad molex pluggs?
    I see you are new...welcome. Read the rules please as continuing this conversation in the introduction area will only get this thread shut down.
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