Question about Heating & Cooling
Check the fuses in you disconnect easy way if you have a meter check across line top L1-L2 should have 208-230, same on load side should have same voltage. if not bad fuse. check and see when the unit starts up if the fan spins. if so fan is probably good. if the units trips as soon as you flip the breaker the compressor is probably shorted or you have a shorted wire. if it takes a good 10 seconds i wold test the capacitor in uF. if you are not good with electric or using test equipment i would recommend calling someone. hope this was some what of help to you.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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