Air Conditioner disconnect Box Wiring

Fusible A C Disconnect Switch  March 7, 2013 – 05:31 pm

Fusible A C Disconnect Switch

 

Fusible A C Disconnect Switch

 

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Product information : 2 pole, 3 wire, 120/240 Volts AC, rated 10 HP. Designed to comply with code requirements for disconnecting means with sight of central air conditioners and heat pumps. Open sides and top for quick installation. Lightweight with plenty of knockouts. Impactand corrosion resistant GE Noryl Resin. Suitable for use as service entrance equipment. Removable closing cap not included. Bonded neutral. 14 - 3 AWG lug wire range. UL 869 Service Equipment, U.L. Listed. Read More.

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    • Avatar The outside fan on my central air conditioner was making a noise like it was hitting something.?
      Aug 19, 2009 by | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

      The air conditioner was blowing cold air. When the air came back on the outside fan did not start running and the vents were no longer putting out cold air. Is this something I can fix myself (little bit of diy person, but try not to mess with electricity)? Maybe just replace the outside fan? It is a Heil 10, about 4 years old. Thanks!

      • Marco is correct ,i have seen many times that snakes and frog will make noise in the fan and even bind the fan up.before you do anything turn the power off. now about the capacitor if you see that it has more then two terminal connections then your compressor is also to that capacitor, these are called dual caps.one side of the capacitor could be bad and the other going to your compressor still good but its best to just get the same type to replace …

    • Avatar James D How do I cap a 220 volt outlet in my house?
      Jan 28, 2008 by James D | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

      My house is fairly old and there is a 220 volt outlet at the top of my stairs on the second floor (I assume it used to be for a window air conditioner unit). My house has central air and I do not need this outlet nor will I use it. How can I deactivate the outlet so that there is no longer a electric current? I was just planning on putting a solid face plate over it after it is deactivated. Any suggestions are appreciated.

      • You can shut off the break to it, then go upstairs, make sure its not live with a volt meter, or a 220vac device. if the line is dead remove the cover plate and disconnect the wires from the outlet, cap all three wires individually with three wire nuts. stick them back in the box and put a blank cover plate over it. you can leave the breaker off. you COULD pull the breaker and disconnect the wires downstairs but be very very carefull. if your not …

    • Avatar I am trying to find a short in a 1990 National RV Dolphin and I am looking for tips/products that can help?
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      I have an electrical problem which I believe to be a short in a National RV 1990 Dolphin. I have replaced all 3 batteries (housing x2, starter x1) and have seen the batteries all die after minimal use. The fridge, microwave, air conditioner and some of the lights are also not working at all even when the batteries were brand new.

      • Here s a couple of troubleshooting tricks to try. Wiring problems can be a bugger to find so be patient. Disconnect the negative cables from all of your batteries, then pull all the fuses and pull all circuit breakers (turn them off, not pull them out of the box). Now using a test light or a volt meter, connect the meter between the battery and the negative cable. You should not get any reading. Now turn on one breaker at a time and check the meter …