Question about Ruud UAKA030 Air Conditioner
You will need an OHM meter to check the relay and compressor. Make sure all power is off. The most common types of compressor winding failures are open, grounded, or shorted. You have to know how to read a meter. If you don't find someone who can. Or call an HVAC tech, a small businessperson and ask if you can pay him/her to "confirm" a problem. Tell him or her to check your start components. This approach gives you an insiders edge and also shows that you know or are learning something about your product....
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
The clicking you hear is the compressor relay trying to start the copressor.. you have a bad relay or a lock up compressor. if you can jump the relay or replace it then you will know which one is bad... hope this helped.
Posted on Sep 05, 2007
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