Question about Intertherm P3RA-030K Air Conditioner
Posted by Anonymous on
Any capacitor of the same rating as old one will work, it doesn't have to be a Intertherm part. I would say its 25-35 ufd 370v.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Too many options. But anyway I would first look at the power supply. If there is power I would look at the contractor, is it pulling in, and is it calling for cooling. If the contractor is not pulled ini would check the 24v supply to the contractor and make sure iris there and the t-stat is calling for cooling. If it is then we move to the coil on the contractor and make sure it is not open. If there is no 24v to the contractor the you need to check the safety's on the discharge and suction lines going to the compresser and the t-stat. If there is power there and the contractor is pulled in then I would put my hand on the compresser, if it is very hot, then she is pooched. If it is cold the. You need to check the windings for an open winding which means she is pooched. I hope that helps a bit.
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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