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Compressor runs for a sec and cuts off for about couple of minites and runs again

When changing the outlet to a 110 prog outlet we bought the wrong outlet ran air for a year by turning the plug cord upside down this is a heater/ac unit by carrier #xhc101d we have replaced outlet but can you tell me if this would make the compressor messup and cut on and off repeatedly. and what do i need to do about this it feels like the fan is just running.

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  • kaelynn Apr 03, 2008

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No changing or turning the plug, wont make no difference to the compressor, it sounds to me like your compressor is overheating. have you clean the condenser?? they get durty.

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