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Need to know where the fuse is comfortmaker n9mp1

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need to know where the fuse is for a comfortmaker n9mp1
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

Hi, I'm Tim and I'm an HVAC expert here to assist you with your questions. Please provide all information I request as it makes it more difficult to troubleshoot something when I'm not there onsite. Essentially, you become my eyes and ears. Thanks for the opportunity to help. At the end of our dialog, you will have a chance to rate my service, but please wait until we are finished and you're satisfied you have all the information you need. Please be patient as many times we work with several customers at once.

It should be on the control board if you're talking about the low voltage fuse.

Customer: replied 6 months ago.
I do not see it. I came hoe last night to find the thermostats off and no air conditioning. I went I the attic to look at the control board but yet did not see a fuse.
Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

See here.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

It is a blade type fuse similar to an automotive fuse.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

If you can, go up and take a clear picture of the control board. Then upload to the site here and I will look at it.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

If it's an attic unit, also check the overflow tray underneath the unit to make sure it's not full of water.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

Any luck?

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

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