Question about Heating & Cooling
HAVE GE MOTOR FOR FAN ON OUTSIDE CARRIERCOMPRESSOR VERY HOT PAINT PEEL NOTED NOT ON SECOND COMPRESSOR. NO TURNING OF FAN ON COMPRESSOR DRY NOT WET POWER TO PANEL OK. HANDLER WORKING UPSTAIRS ALTHOUGH COMPRESSOR NOT COOLING, SET 78 DEGREES ON THERMOSTAT, THERMOMETER 90-94. CAN I REPLACE GE MOTOR ON FAN TO RESTART COMPRESSOR OR DO I NEED TO CHECK VOLTAGE TO CIRCUIT BOARD AND OTHER WIRING WITH CURRENT ON?? SHOULD I CHECK THE COOLANT CHARGE FIRST ALTHOUGH THIS SEEMS UNRELATED?? CARRIER PROD 38YCC030340, FACT CHARGE R22; 5.19 LBS
CHECK WIRING MAKING SURE NOTHING FELL OFF BUT IF NOT REPLACE THE MOTOR BEFORE YOU BLOW YOUR COMPRESSOR
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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