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Old 06-09-2015, 11:54 AM   #1
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1993 Win Vectra Basement Air Question

I have posted this last summer and got many responses, however the responses were to much for me to follow through myself.

I will explain again and post pictures, I am hoping someone will know a place I can bring this in for repair in NJ or close in PA, who will know what they are doing and not hit and miss at my expense.

The problem is with my Basement air, when I turn it on it will fluctuate in speed with the fan at first and then will blow my circuit in my home garage fuse panel. When I am running the generator, the generator will shut down the same way it blows my home circuit.

I did not always have this problem it started early last summer, AC worked fine prior to that.

So again, I am not tech enough to tackle this myself, unless someone wants to really spend time with me, maybe face timing or another cam to cam type service.

Hope to get some advice.


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Old 06-09-2015, 11:55 AM   #2
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PS if you can see my previous posts, you might be able to see the responses I received to this last year.
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