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comment Is there an easy way to track where switches go/do?
The problem seems to be, that the OP doesn't know of all the devices connected to the electrical system. So turning the breakers off won't really help with that.
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answered What leaked out of small copper line when I blew a hole in on my air handler
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comment What leaked out of small copper line when I blew a hole in on my air handler
Was it a gas, or a liquid?
Jun
22
comment No AC. I have a few HVAC troubleshooting questions
The condensing unit being dirty, will not reduce indoor air flow. Condenser cleaner is likely not required, unless the coils are really nasty. Yes you should be able to carefully clean out the squirrel cafe with a vacuum.
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comment No AC. I have a few HVAC troubleshooting questions
You can clean the condensing unit coils with a hose, just be gentle. I know it seems odd sense there's electrical devices in it. I'm guessing it rains where you live, so the unit has been wet before.
Jun
22
answered I am connecting a 240 V device, do I need a neutral wire?
Jun
22
comment My A/C Unit stopped working after replacing blower motor
Check to make sure you didn't trip any breakers, check any fuses on the control board.
Jun
22
answered Bathroom exhaust fan turn on with light or independent switch
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answered ecobee3 Installation - Thermostat Y Terminal (yellow) Wire Connects to C Terminal Board
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comment ecobee3 Installation - Thermostat Y Terminal (yellow) Wire Connects to C Terminal Board
Make and model of the air handler/furnace, and some photos of the wiring would be helpful.
Jun
21
comment My A/C Unit stopped working after replacing blower motor
Without knowing the make/model of the furnace, and/or seeing your wiring, its difficult to provide guidance.
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comment My A/C Unit stopped working after replacing blower motor
Is it a multispeed motor? If so, did you connect the correct wires to the control board (i.e. did you follow the diagram on the new motor, as opposed to matching wire colors)?
Jun
21
comment My A/C Unit stopped working after replacing blower motor
You replaced the motor in condensing unit (outdoor), or the air handler (indoor)? What is the make and model number of both units.
Jun
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answered Occupancy sensor immediately off after on
Jun
21
answered Honeywell RTH7600 does not responsd
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comment Honeywell RTH7600 does not responsd
I'll send you the bill. Glad I could help point you in the right direction.
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21
comment Do the breaker amp readings sum up to dictate my current panels total / possible amperage?
@user6972 Read the panel labeling in the OPs post. It says "70 AMP MAX BRANCH BREAKERS".
Jun
21
comment Honeywell RTH7600 does not responsd
Service Disconnect will probably turn everything off, not sure what FAU stands for.