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Overload burnouts voltage and amp draw are correct, thanks for yor help

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Check the back coil from the inside and see if they are plugged up, where the fan blades throws the water and air on the back coils ( If this is plugged solid and can,t get rid of heat, the Iamps wll climb and tripp out the overloads, and will restart later on when it cools down and continue to trip this cycles till the overloads burnout! Thank You very much!

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