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Air condtioning unit outside fan will not move

Ive cleaned the fins
on the unit
ive cleaned the entire unit
but the fan wont move and when i turn the unit on it makes a buzzing sound usually the sound it always makes when it starts up
but now it doesnt go away
now if i give the fan a push it starts to mopve and then it works fine
for like 20 mins then stops and makes the buzzing sound
does this sound like an easy fix or something thats gonna cost
thanks Freddy

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Sounds like the motor start capacitor is gone south on you. you can get them at a motor rebuilder.

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