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Compressor won't start

When I use the remote inside, the unit on the wall starts and blows out air. This air is not cold though. When I check the compressor outside, it is not operating and the fans are stationary. Is there something simple I can look at in the compressor such as a fuse?

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  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    There is a capacitor to look at do you have a multi meter?

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NO soluition really. I was just hoping there might be some simple things I could check. I will have to get a professional to check it out. Thanks anyway.

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