Question about Ruud Matching Split Air Conditioner
Check fan capacitor,disconnect capacitor and measure it with ohm meter,put value on ohm meter ohm x100 or more,measure capacitor
it must show some value but it will be very fast,if there is no value change a capacitor,a new must have same parameters(values) as old
e.g. 80 micro F,220(110,380)V.Note a wire which was on capacitor.
If not capacitor,check fan motor,also with ohm meter,measure all wire for each other,ohm meter must show some value,e.g. 25 ohm.
DISCONNECT air conditioner FROM ELECTRIC POWER WHEN YOU WORK THIS,AND BEFORE MEASURING CAPACITOR SHORT CUT IT WITH A ISOLATED SCREWDRIVER!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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