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If this is a source power then it should come from a fuse/beaker panel or inline auto reset breaker.
Once the fuse/breaker is located for that ac unit you will then test there for power to see if the problem is before or after it.
It is kind of hard for me to provide much info as I do not know which power he is looking at or what unit.
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Actually, the chances are good that this feeds from the furnace circuit, especially if this has an Atwood furnace. If you get back to me with the make and model of your A/C and thermostat I can give you more here. All follow ups are included in our fee.
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