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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hisense air conditioner
-If both compressor and fan motor starts and stop, thermostat is the defect.
- If only the compressor check for your outlet no sign of discoloration, check the voltage if normal, check the defective overload protector of the compressor it its external, or compressor itself is defective
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
It sounds like your condenser fan motor may be locked up or the capacitor that helps give the condenser fan motor a kick to get it started may be defective. Try turning your system on and using a long screwdriver try to push the fan blade on the condenser fan motor to see if it will run normally if you give it the starting boost it needs.If it does run at full speed and doesn't over heat or start and then slow down then you probably only need to replace a simple 10-12$ capacitor. If it barely turns, makes an odd humming sound or overheats etc. then you will have to replace the condenser fan motor. This is assuming that the outdoor condenser has the 220v supplied and the 24v supplied to the compressor relay, that the compressor relay is engaged and suppling 220v to the condenser fan motor.
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: Unit not blowing exhaust!!!
http://safemanuals.com/brand-user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/MAYTAG, this may help you locate the issue. there may have been some degris that is keeping the blower cage from turning, or the cage may be damaged.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
The compressor overheating safety switch it off for protection from overheating and result in complete damage of the compressor.
One posible reason is the condenser is full of dust.
Remove the grille and either sweep away or vacuum dust that is readily accesible.
This easy cleaning should be done at least once a year for most efficient operation.
Loss of the refrigerant charge will also cause the compressor to overheat. It is the cool return gas coming back to the compressor that helps to keep it from overheating.
As you can see there are many things that can go wrong with an air conditioner and I have not come close to exhausting the possibilities here. I have just touched on the most common problems in a very basic way.
There are some basic trouble shooting things that can be done very easily. Most problems are above out of the range of comfort for many homeowners and professional help should be consulted before any attempt is made at repairs. Remember also, that the release of refrigerant gases into the atmosphere is a federal offense in the US. Proper care must always be taken to minimize the release of any gases. A license is also required to handle refrigerants. Make sure that the professional you call has the proper certifications to handle refrigerants properly
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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