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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ac unit does not turn on
If you have to physically hold it in? Then your coil is bad on the contactor. Need new one. You need to test the compressor ohm it out make sure it is still good. Check your capacitor also. It starts to get a little involved so if you are not real comfortable with this might have to call in a tech. But if you need some help just ask can walk you through this step by step.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
This is a 2 speed condenser fan control board, the tempstar part number is
1086071, if you google tempstar 1086071 you will receive 1 listing for the part for something like 44 bucks, but if you go to sears parts direct and enter the part number they have a factory authorized substitute part number 1088977 that you can order from them for $17.49, some tempstar units were shipped without this control unit and the 2 speed fan just runs off the contactor on high speed only to do that disconnect the control unit and connect the black and orange wires that ran from contactor to the control unit previously together, and then the fan should come on in high speed when the condenser is on. there is a kit that they shipped these control units http://icpindexing.mqgroup.com/documents/086477/48201222001.pdf, (just for you to look at) so all you really need to do is get the new part from sears or run the motor in high and get rid of the part all together, hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
check to see if you have a safety cut off switch installed on your inside unit's drain line. if so, pull it out or unscrew it they are easy to access the little float switch that will cut your unit off if the drain line is clogged.
most of the time this is the cause of a unit not doing anything at all.
if this does not work the next step, if nothing is happening at all, is to open the inside unit and check for control voltage (24v).
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
Recently bought the same unit, new but was in storage for several years. Looking for the original list price for the unit itself, so I dont take any losses financially. If and when I do find out, Ill be willing to sell any parts you need to fix your system.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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