AC Unit does not turn on. AC Float Switch bad or tripped by water in pan

AC Unit does not turn on. AC Float Switch bad or tripped by water in pan

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Replacing the float switch and possibly  a small fuse could get your unit up and running for less than the service call. Do the proper research on Youtube.  If you are not confident enough to preform the task. Call a professional.

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Native Charlestonian, born and raised on Edgewater Park Charleston SC Worked in the construction industry since I was 10 years old. Started out helping an engineer build seawalls at lake near Monks Corner, Ruscon Heavy Construction,Finish Carpentry with Ross and Edgewood Builders, Edgewater became incorporated in 1988. Our Showroom was built out by myself an a few friends. Anything worth doing is worth doing right the first time so we research the best products and professionall install them in house I will personally supervise your job and make the changes needed to make it as close to perfect as humanly possible.

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