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After a black out the air isnt cold and the motor doesnt run

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    steve May 11, 2010

    Try resetting the breakers to the unit.


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Check :
1. If the main fuse is good
2. check outlet for power
3. Check cable
4.Check for the relay
5. Check the motor for continuity using ohmmeter
6. try the direct running without relay
if run at 6
replace the relay
if not the compressor is to be suspected
All this operation have to be done by a professional only.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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