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Hi there, iwant some help in duct type air condition (trane)60000 BTU .when i was gave the out door freon i recognized that the high pressure fans were off and the compressore was on ,so i turn off the air condition for seconds then turn on i found that the high pressure fans run for one minute and then turn off and the compressore still running ,so what i shell do????

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    this solution was very bad from who call him self prof. otherwise i thought that he want some dollars to solve it or he didnt know any thing about air conditions any way thanks for the advice.

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I hate to say this but it sounds to me like you need a professional. You may hear some other advice but it's not safe for anyone to work on the outside compressor unless they really know what they're messing with. The fire and death by electrocution risk is very real.

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