Question about Heating & Cooling
There could be excessive heat developing causing internal overload protectors to open when it has reached that temperature. This could be due to bearing or winding problems with the compressor. Another possibility is the capacitor if it is not operating correctly can cause problems with the heat or high amp draw at start up.Measure the amps on the compressor for about thirty minutes. If the amps keep rising the compressor is the problem. Check the capacitor. If it is balloned out at the top replace it, check to see the resistenance reading rises and falls when the probes are connected. Any thing different replace scott Buehler
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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