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Old 10-04-2010, 10:01 PM   #1
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HVAC Control board 8330B3351 Zone 1 & 2

Recently in Ocean City MD while on Vacation my number one AC unit began to have difficulities in starting the compressor. Pluged into 50A 220V .
This is on a 2006 Fleetwood Providance.

on the roof took of the cove, found the start capactor cooked, replaced with same MFD capacity and the the board would not even show zone one. Checked volatges in top unit per manual and they all seem good.
Zone 2 workilng good. Unpluged the fuse in the control board and put it back (Re BOOt) Zone 1 showed up but was un able to change any settings, including going back to zone 2 and nothing was running. It was 80 outside now I had no ac and now what? I pulled the fuse again and held in the zone switch, replace the fuse and it cam eback to zone 2. Now I have one AC again. I left it alone. I have replaced the start capactor withe the hadr start and I still have no zne one on the board. Thoughts?
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