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Old 10-20-2013, 08:33 AM  
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Default Trane XV90 Circuit Board

My Trane XV90 has a solid red light, which i think means replace the board. Does the circuit board have a reset button? Had workers cut the outside thermostat wire (going to the compressor) and tied them all together, think that shorted out the board.
Any help would be appreciated.



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Old 10-20-2013, 01:43 PM  
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ANSWER: the circuit board does not have a reset button....but it does have a fuse that blows when the circuit board is overloaded or short circuit. Simple 5 amp car fuse....located on the board. Of course this cost me $140 trip charge to find out. A DIY could have done it for $0.50 which is the cost of the fuse.
Hope this helps someone else

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