Question about Heating & Cooling
Turn off the power to your condenser unit, Open the electric panel on the unit.
Inspect the capacitor and see if it is swelled up, sometimes there are two and sometimes there is only one capacitor.
The larger one is for the compressor, if there is two of them.
Most appliance supply stores can check these for you and verify if they are bad, if it is then purchase another one and replace.
Make sure to write down where the wires were located.
Also verify the wires that are attached to the compressor are not burnt or broken/melted etc, by removing the cover from the compressor.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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