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Old 09-07-2020, 09:45 AM   #15
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Had the AC been working normally?



It looks like someone must have replaced a mini breaker (which has 2 throw switches) with a single throw breaker.
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Your never going to get enough power through a single 20A breaker for 2 a/c units.
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Your never going to get enough power through a single 20A breaker for 2 a/c units.

I agree but I was wondering what was going on underneath the panel. I guess wording could have been better.
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My panel has a double throw 20A breaker in that position to feed the center and rear A/C's.
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Seems to me that when I was having my middle a/c changed, they found the power to it was channeled through the inverter for some reason. May not be the case for yours though.
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