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Trane Heat Pump - - Where is the Fuse???



 
 
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Old June 5th 06, 05:26 AM posted to misc.consumers.house
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Default Trane Heat Pump - - Where is the Fuse???

In a failed attempt to install a new Hunter programmable heat pump
thermostat, I think I shorted something out or blew a fuse. I get No
Power to AC messages, and now the old mechanical thermostat does not
work.

Where in the world is the fuse for this thing? I looked at the unit in
my attic, and on the unit that sits outside and do not see anything
obvious.

Please send me any suggestions. Thanks!!

Jeff Morgan


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Old June 5th 06, 11:00 PM posted to misc.consumers.house
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| In a failed attempt to install a new Hunter programmable heat pump
| thermostat, I think I shorted something out or blew a fuse. I get No
| Power to AC messages, and now the old mechanical thermostat does not
| work.
|
| Where in the world is the fuse for this thing? I looked at the unit in
| my attic, and on the unit that sits outside and do not see anything
| obvious.

AC power (typically 220 V) is supplied from a BREAKER in the
house breaker panel. check your breakers?

lee h


 




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