Question about Heating & Cooling
Sounds like a wiring problem between the outdoor unit and the house. You would be surprised what I have come across in 30+ years of A/C work.
But it could also be the compressor.
I will need to know answers to the following -
Does the compressor have a soft start (2 wire capacitor looking device that attaches to the run capacitor), hard start (relay and capacitor), or just the run capacitor?
Were the run capacitors and start components replaced when the compressor was replaced?
Is the breaker a GFI breaker, or just a standard breaker?
Rain or humidity is not usually a factor, but it may be something.
Reply back what you find.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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