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  1. Deepsea
    08-15-2020 12:05 PM
    Deepsea
    My A/C was running good for about a week and then wee had this storm blow through yesterday. it was running even through and after the storm. I got up and was enjoying a cup of coffee and noticed it getting warmer and I looked at the thermostat and there was no power. I had a spare thermostat and plugged it in and still no power. I went up and looked at the comms cable that comes out of the circuit board and into to the new coupler I just replaced last week and it seems there was a short inside the coupler. One pin in the plug was fried and also the contact in the coupler?? I'm going to replace the cable from the circuit board and the coupler and see if it does it again. It didn't blow the 7.5 amp fuse in the fuse box and didn't trip any circuit breakers. I wonder if a drop of moisture got in there some how?? Any thoughts?
  2. Deepsea
    08-05-2020 12:08 PM
    Deepsea
    Hey Dutch,


    My A/C was running good for about a week and then wee had this storm blow through yesterday. it was running even through and after the storm. I got up and was enjoying a cup of coffee and noticed it getting warmer and I looked at the thermostat and there was no power. I had a spare thermostat and plugged it in and still no power. I went up and looked at the comms cable that comes out of the circuit board and into to the new coupler I just replaced last week and it seems there was a short inside the coupler. One pin in the plug was fried and also the contact in the coupler?? I'm going to replace the cable from the circuit board and the coupler and see if it does it again. It didn't blow the 7.5 amp fuse in the fuse box and didn't trip any circuit breakers. I wonder if a drop of moisture got in there some how?? Any thoughts?

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