Question about Heating & Cooling
You should confirm if the compressor on the outdoor unit is actually running. Do not be confused by the fanmotor running. If the compressor is running there should be some temperature difference on the copper tubing. You can also put your ear close up to the compressor side of the condensing unit and you should be able to hear the compressor running. If it is running and there is no temperature diffs, then you are out of refrigerant and it needs recharging. If the compressor is not running, but the outdoor fan is, then it can be the capacitor which is bad and needs changing. Lift off the top cover of the outdoor unit and you will see the capacitor.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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