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Compressor will not run, outdoor fan does, is there a speciall capicitor for this? I believe it's 470 vac, 60 +-5%, model hc48c1var

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Check thermostat, compressor ON relay. Finally compressor capacitor. Replace the capacitor with identical MFD value and the working voltage.

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