Question about Heating & Cooling
The compressor is stuck // locked up. the start capacitor may be bad, they have what is called a hard start kit for this problem.Or the unit may be old and leakage past the piston seals has bound the compressor. Or it could have stoped at ust that bad position where it can't get enough ooomph frmthe capacitorr to get it to rotate at this position. If you know somebody with a hammer drill, place a small 2x4 along the base of the compressor and vibrate it with the hamer dreill - this may free it up while you hear it hum. If not, you will probably need a hard start kit
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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