Question about Carrier Heating & Cooling
Check the side of outdoor unit for a name plate and see if breaker is correct size as is required on name plate. then test, run and start capacitor to see if within 10 percent of rated value. if ok then look at contactor to see if you are starving voltage through it to compressor. if you are then back trace to main electrical panel and see if breaker that feeds outside disconnect is good and wires are snug. then check breakers adjacent to it to see if they are good and transferring heat improperly.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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