Question about Heating & Cooling
Check the condensing unit (the outdoor section). There are two motors in this unit, a fan and a compressor. If both are not running then you may have a blown fuse or circuit breaker. Fuses are sometimes located in the disconnect box next to the condensor. The circuit breaker is located in your main breaker box. If only one motor is running or neither is running but there are no blown fuses or breakers then you probably have a bad start capacitor. This capacitor should be replaced by a someone knowledgeable in residential 220VAC equipment.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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