Question about Carrier Siesta II TCA101D Air Conditioner
Hi, I can tell you this, you will have a data plate on this unit giving you the R.L.A.'s of the compressor, and combination blower and condenser fan motor. It will also note the L.R.A.'s of the compressor. These stand for running load amps and locked rotor amps if the compressor locks up. That reading will be much higher then the R.L.Amp's. You may have to remove the front to find it, but it must be there. You can also with a good strong light look at the top of the compressor, and on the motor from outside and it says what each one's amperage. It may also show you the Full Load Amp's to. I hope this information has been helpful to you. Please do rate me in my help to you and be kind as I am sure you will be. If you need help on this unit, contact me by my user name below. I will always have your information on file also.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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