If the unit is located on the roof then they would be in the disconnect box up there. If it is on the ground then the same. If no disconnect box if found then check you breaker box for a tripped breaker.
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A BAD RUN CAPACITOR INSIDE THE CONDENSING UNIT ?.SEARCH YOUR AREA FOR FREE CAPACITOR TESTING.OR LOCAL ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR.. CHECK THAT FAN SPINS FREE, IF NOT, IT CAN BE OILED .. SEARCH POST ON OILING FAN MOTORS
if you dont know what you are doing it is best to call a professional. you could damage the equipment or get yourself electrocuted.ask your neighbors who they use.It could be a simple problem or major,hard to say without looking at the unit.Most common problems are simple repairs such as blown fuses,bad contactors/capacitors and are not that costly.
It's a little unusual to have a bad capacitor described as burnt up? Was the unit hit by lightning. I would be sure to establish what caused the initial failure before i tried to power up again. After you've done that, establish whether or not you have the 24v you need to close the compressor relay then backtrack from the compressor until you find where those 220v's are hiding- lol. GL!