HVAC fuses include both those for air conditioning and furnaces. When a fuse is blown, it can cause many problems. Replacing them as soon as possible is crucial to prevent further issues.

Types Of Fuses Available For Home Improvement

Fuses come in various shapes and sizes, and at Furnace Part Source, we have several options. Look at options like the Trane FUS1348 128C Fuse to see if they can provide an upgrade. Always inquire about our shipping deals and discounts on certain items.

Our most popular fuses are cartridge fuses. These are available in several amp ratings and are easy to install. Just remove the old fuse and replace it with the new one.

We also offer glass fuses, which are available in several sizes and styles. Our team can recommend the Rheem 46-22863-82 FUSES 2 Amp as one option. These fuses are grand for older homes, as they provide a more vintage look. Glass fuses can also be easier to find when you need to replace them.

Finally, we offer the Maxi fuse, like the Lennox 54G47. This high-amperage fuse is perfect for larger appliances or HVAC units. If you have a breaker that keeps tripping, it might be because you need a Maxi fuse.

Steps And Signs For Checking Your Furnace Fuse 

The furnace and air conditioning fuses serve different purposes in your home. If either of them trips, it can be a sign of something wrong with that system. If the fuse blows with the furnace, it could be a sign that there is an issue with the igniter or the fan. On the other hand, a tripped air conditioning fuse could be a sign that there is a problem with the compressor or that there is low refrigerant.

What Are Signs Of A Blown Fuse?

A broken furnace fuse usually has black marks around it. It might also be melted, and rust or scorch marks might discolor the metal. If you see any of these signs, it is time to replace the fuse.

What Are The Signs Of A Tripped Beaker?

If a breaker trips, it will usually have a red or black handle in the middle or off position. The breaker might also have charring around it. You need to reset the breaker if you see any of these signs.

Replacing Your HVAC Fuse

If your furnace fuse has blown or your breaker has tripped, you will need to replace the fuse or reset the breaker. You can do this by following these steps:

  • Locate the fuse box or breaker box in your home.
  • Turn off the power to the furnace or air conditioner.
  • Remove the old fuse or breaker and replace it with a new one.
  • Turn the power back on to the furnace or air conditioner.

Fix Your AC Units With Furnace Part Source

Furnace Part Source is your top retailer for new and discontinued parts. We want to ensure that all HVAC specialists have access to the market's leading brands and more obscure ones.

Do you wish to find out more about removing the fuse safely? Then reach out to us today. 

Furnace Part Source will provide access to new fuses, control boards, blower motors, and more to keep an AC running.