Question about Heating & Cooling
I assume you refer to the outside fan, it is probably the capacitor, as the dual capacitor has capacitors for both the fan and compressor in one device, (loof for swelling of the case or oil around the seal) BE CAREFUL AS THE CAPACITOR STORES POWER EVEN WHEN THE POWER IS OFF TO THE UNIT! I would also verify that you have 230VAC to the unit, if you "dropped a leg" of ower and are feeding only 110VAC to the unit it will not operate
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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