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My inside fan is running, my outside fan is not running. I

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My inside fan is running, my outside fan is not running. I Set it to 75 when I left for vacation, I am back, the house is 84. It is a Honeywell programmmable
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Customer: I left for 2 week vacation and have pets that were left in the house Cooling was adjusted to 75. I just got home and my Honeywell programmable is stating, "recovery". It is 84 in the house currently.
JA: Is there anything else the HVAC Technician should be aware of?
Customer: The inside fan is running, but the condenser on the outside of the house is not.
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  bonzaco replied 6 months ago.
If it says "recovery" the cooling should be running is it not? It is saying recovery because the house is so much hotter than what the program setting should be. if the cooling isn't coming on then there is a problem with your system. Is the indoor unit running? Is the outdoor unit running but just the fan not spinning? If the outdoor unit is running is the big copper line with black insulation around it cold and wet or warm and dry?

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