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  1. #1

    Hmm

    I am hoping that someone can help me with this problem. My parents have a Trane Air Conditioning unit in there home and it has quit working. I think that my dad said that the fuses are ok. But the compressor and the compressor fan will not work. There is a clicking sound when it does try to come on but it does not cool. The fan in the furnace is working. Will the unit still have a clicking sound if the fuses are burnt? It has been all cleaned out and everything so I dont know what their next step is. I hope I am using the right terms. I am hoping someone can help us get it running as they have had alot of stuff break down lately. Thank you in advance for your replies. You can also email me personally if you would like to .
    Thanks

    Casper

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    Check fuses/breakers,be sure it has a clean filter,check the stat setting(some get confused at times),then call for a Pro.


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    It sounds like you lost the High Voltage at the outside unit.

    But it could be a number of things.

    Follow the advise from Dash.
    It is the job of thinking people not to be on the side of the executioners.

    ~Albert Camus

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    if the fuses are good and the breaker is not tripped
    dash is right
    call a pro

  5. #5
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    How did he check the fuse?

    Lot of those fuse you can't see if it blow or not..

    Most system will have something outside next to the unit, and one inside the home in the main panel.

  6. #6
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    charlotte,nc
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    Lightbulb

    Not trying to be mean,you really need to call a pro.You really can cause more damage to this unit if you don't know what you are doing.Not to mention, you could injure yourself or even be killed.

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    Join Date
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    check your dual capacitor, it most likely bad.

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