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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Humms when not running
Hi, something is for sure still energized after it is satisfied. I would think it would be on the control voltage side, like a contactor coil or relay. What I would recommend if you are able, is to go up top to the condenser and remove the cover. With the unit satisfied at the stat, listen to see if you can find the componant that is still getting power to it and you will know. If it is nothing above, my guess it would be in the controls on the indoor unit. More then likely, I would say you will find your problem part up top. Please keep me posted on this. Let me know what you find. Something is still getting power to it. With the unit satisfied, am I right to say the hum is not coming from the breaker its self? Just asking.
Posted on May 22, 2010
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