Question about Heating & Cooling
Try this, disconnect from power source and let it cool down to room temperature. If the unit over heats it will go into a thermal cutoff.
The compressor has a bi-metal temperature sensor attached to the body. In most cases it is along side of the compressor terminals.
While you are in that area, look for burnt wiring or loose wires.
Assuming that the compressor has over heated and in a thermal, try restarting the unit and see what happens.
If it still wont start and is not tripping breakers, check the start/Run capacitor for bulging or leakage.
Posted on May 07, 2014
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