After the storm last week, I tried to turn on the ductless AC in the garage and the power blew.
The power to the whole house went out when I turned on the ductless AC.
I thought it was a fluke, so I turned on the power and tried it again. This time the breaker to the ductless AC went bad. I could not turn on the power again. I tried a couple of different solutions to fix the problem, but eventually I gave up and contacted the repair service the next day. Bobby came to the house to look at the ductless AC, he was one of the two guys that installed the machine last summer. I don’t remember the name of the other guy, but I have seen Bobby more than once since the machine was installed. The other guy might not even work for the company anymore. When Bobby arrived to look at the machine, he asked a couple of questions. I told the guy that the problems had been occurring since the storm. He used a multimeter to check the voltage of the machine and all of the electrical components in the box. After a while, the service technician determined that the problem was actually an issue at the street. He suggested that I contacted the electrical company. I had to wait an additional three days for the electric company to check on the problem at the street. It turns out that the repair technician was correct. I’m certainly glad that he didn’t charge me for an expensive repair that I did not need.