Why Does Your Central Air Conditioning Unit Keep Blowing Its Fuses?

Central air conditioning systems use fuses to protect the condenser or outdoor unit from current overflows. If more electricity flows through the circuit than the fuses are designed for, the fuses heat up and burn out, cutting the power supply to the air conditioner. Fuses are small, inexpensive devices that are easy to replace. However, merely replacing them without addressing the underlying problem can expose your central AC to extensive damage.