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Yes you can get pop in breaker replacements. They look something like this: The important thing is to ensure that you use a breaker that is the same ampage as your fuse (or very close to). When I did mine (before rewiring the house) I had some fuse wire that was something like 15A. But the closest breaker was 16A. That's usually ok because the wiring ...
If you physically cannot flip it either to off or on (try off first), then it's broken and needs to be replaced.
Disconnect the power Start by turning off the breaker, and pulling the serviceman disconnect, which will typically look something like this. This will insure no electricity is flowing to the condenser unit while you're working. Open the unit Next you'll want to disassemble the unit, to allow access to the electrical parts. This will vary from unit to ...
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