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You can try a hard start kit that can be purchased from an a/c supply store. This hard start kit adds a little extra boost of power to the compressor that in the event the com,pressor is wanting to be a bit stubborn when turning on this kit will assist. It connects to the exsisting capacitor. As far as the fan not turning I would check to see if it is receiving voltage and if it is I would suggest changing the capacitor once more after testing motor to see that the motor is still in good shape.. To test the motor you need to check for continuity from the common of the motor to the power side of the motor. If you have continuity then motor 85% of the time, is still good and you need the capicitor replaced
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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