Question about Heating & Cooling
It is either the capacitor or the start windings on the motor. Since a capacitor is about $5 and a motor is $100 I would try the capacitor first. Be careful, capacitors hold voltage so even if the electricity is turned off you could still get shocked by touchung the leads. You discharge a capacitor by using a screwdriver to touch both leads. If it is holding voltage you will see small spark. Once you do that, it's ok to touch them
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
Were is capacitor located on carrier unit mod#38brc060350
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