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My unit is not working right everytime I turn it on the lights inside flicker and it blows the breaker

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Sounds like the compressor or the fan is burnt out
or could be as simple as a start up reley
go out side and have the wife turn on the unit look inside and see what hapens if the fan works the it's the compressor or compressor start up capasitor

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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