Question about Heating & Cooling
what you have to do now from here is that check the capacitor if the maize i.e (wire)_ that pass current over to the compressor is well fix
because this well the unit get is own supply to the over load then the relay section will set out the cooling freely to circulate
please note those wire that you have work on make sure that they are well fix on the capacitor
make sure that there is no lick-age of gas in any form
what i'm saying here this that you need to connect your compressor over to capacitor it is from this section the relay unit will carry out it own function
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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