Question about Samsung Heating & Cooling
There are few possibilities that has to be checked.
a bad capacitor,contactor,or other electrical device in the compressor power line could also be the problem .
Check for the coils.If they are dirty or very old clean them properly and recheck.Check the compressor connections.Check power to the compressor.If the power is low then there is open circuit between any two terminals on the compressor.Re check all the connections and then see.
If there is 24v at coil of contactor and 240volt at line with contator closed...then [if neither compressor or condensor fan are running]:
1. Faulty contactor or if fan running but no compressor then
2. Faulty run capacitor if compressor running but fan not running then, 3)The fan motor is faulty.
You need to identify if you have both line voltage [240v] and control voltage [24v] at outdoor unit before identifying this as a problem. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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