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No sinnal flashing on Honeywell 6320R thermostsat. Went up

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no sinnal flashing on Honeywell 6320R thermostsat. Went up to the attic to look at the unit, it syas no power
JA: Just to clarify, do you think this is a larger HVAC problem, or something specific to the thermostat?
Customer: no clue. I changed the batteries on the thermostat
JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?
Customer: it 3am, so if it is a quick fix yes
JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?
Customer: i went up to the attic, and there is no power on the honeywell thingy
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Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Tim H. replied 9 months ago.

Hi, I'm Tim and I'm an HVAC expert here to help answer your question(s). Please provide all the information I ask for since I'm not onsite. At the end of our dialog you will be asked to rate my service, but please wait until then and all your question(s) have been answered satisfactorily. If you are not satisfied, I'd appreciate it if you'd tell me why before leaving a negative rating and allow me to continue to work with you until we are able to both agree on an outcome to follow. Thanks for your business!

You probably blew the low voltage fuse. On the unit in the attic, take the doors off and locate the main control board. Look for a blade type automotive fuse.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 9 months ago.

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