Question about Heating & Cooling
It sounds like he got you a Hard Start Kit/Capacitor, that might explain
the five minute delay. When the fan is not operating the compressor will
make a loud noise..
Check to make sure insulated suction line is cold, that mgiht tell you that the compressor is working.
Check to make sure hot air is discharging out of the condensor.
If neither of these to things are happening and you think the compressor is on, it is possible that you are low on refrigerant.
Check to make sure your indoor blower is working, the filter is clean and check to see if you have condensation dripping from the indoor unit
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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