Originally Posted By: Peter Ehrenpreis
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Hi Guys! (note not gender specific) LOL
New here, am going to be starting out (taking a 70 hour course to start with next month.) Will be joining asap. Lots to learn, I've been a "lurker" on this board for awhile. (Great info, great community, help, etc.)
I have a quick question (hopefully) that can be answered easily.
Today (for the first time ever in 8 yrs.) 3 times I've had a [the] breaker (2-45amp breakers, connected together in the panel (marked furnace) trip thereby shutting off my air conditioning (outside condenser/Fan stops) upon reset it starts up and I have cooling again. (Gas furnace/air) York (pos) 4Ton unit 12SEER.)
The breaker on the outside right at the condenser/fan does not trip.
The blower fan in the furnace does not stop, there is only one ac (power)line connecting up to the furnace, so if the breaker pops should this not also stop?
High temps last couple of days (95-100) Condenser/coils freezing up?