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    my unit is not working. I'm getting 24v on the coil of my contactor but I'm getting nothing from line voltage. I also think the unit needs a charge.

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    It's time to call for help...

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    I'm getting 24v on the coil of my contactor but I'm getting nothing from line voltage. I also think the unit needs a charge.

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    No power is usually an indicator of a low charge?

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    Question RELAY

    Originally posted by ct2
    I'm getting 24v on the coil of my contactor but I'm getting nothing from line voltage. I also think the unit needs a charge. ---------

    No power is usually an indicator of a low charge?
    It is REALly TIME to Call for HVAC electrical HELP. How many other calls are required and to whom,
    I can NOT fathom.

    Sound like a very LOW charge (on electricity to contactor)
    which may only half kill you.
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