Question about Goodman CKL36AR36 Air Conditioner
I replaced my entire system two years ago and had nothing but nice cool temps until now.
I have a one and a half ton unit (goodman) that I believe needs a new capacitor. Both the indoor system and outdoor system are running fine. The line set is not freezing so I am not low on juice "no leaks". I can not hear a wine from the compressor so that cant be my problem.....I hope not....
Tell me if this sounds right? Since the system has been in, the power has cut off and on from bad storms...Recently more then normal. I am thinking that after all the stops and starts, even though its only two years old, the capacitor just had it...
What do you think?
Your on the right trackbut if the outside unit is running fine I have to say no :) . Disconnect the power from the unit and look for visible bulging in the Capacitor(will look like a frozen coke can) If no visible signs take your multimeter and check the micro farads fo the cap if 10% less than rating replace. Also look at the terminals conected to the compressor they may be melted . I would like to know the Capacitor ratings and what your measurments were.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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