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My Air Conditioner Keeps Tripping it’s Circuit Breaker
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An HVAC Service Technician can provide a series of tests to see…
Electrical Question from Mark about Circuit Breaker
Background: Mark, a Homeowner from Muskogee, OK
Question: My air conditioner keeps tripping it’s breaker (60 amp) every few days. Should I just replace the breaker? Or, should I call an electrician or a HVAC person?
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Thanks for your electrical question Mark. I would call a HVAC Service Technician who can provide a series of tests to see what the problem may be. Chances are it may just need to have some freon added. Changing the circuit breaker is not advisable.Â Mark the Networx banner on the right side of this page may assist you in finding a HVAC Technician in your area.
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