Question about AmcorAire UCHW-H24AF2 Split System Air Conditioner
Hi, It's drawing too many amps. Could be a shorted wire, bad fan motor, or a bad compressor. It could also be the relay in the outside unit. One side of the relay could not be contacting.
I would pull the disconnect outside and look at the contacts on the relay for burns, bugs, or dirt. You can lightly sand the contact if they look dirty. A meter is handy to check it for conductivity. Then I'd look at my wires for bare wire or burn marks. Unplug the compressor, plug the disconnect back or breaker and see if the fan runs. You can also check the compressor by unplugging the fan and plugging just the compressor in and trying it, but it's likely a waste of time if the fan ran okay by itself.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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