I accidentally shut off the power at the circuit breaker for my furnace (not condenser) while looking for the circuit for something else. The a/c was on.
After turning the power back on, my a/c was not blowing cold air and the unit outside was not on. I went back to the circuit breaker and the double circuit for the a/c condenser was not all the way to off, but not all the way to on either, like it had been triggered off.
I flipped it to ON and turned the A/c on. The condenser turned on (well, at least the fan on top of it), but no cold air. I also heard a surge every few minutes. I have always heard a surge when first turning the a/c on.
I repeated turning the a/c on/off from the thermostat and still room temp air. Even tried turning it to heat, waiting, turning it back to a/c.
Any ideas? Could cutting the power to the furnace but not the condenser have fried something?