Question about Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner
If the fan is not turning, but just humming, you need to replace the capacitor. If you were to spin the fan by hand (carefully) when it's doing this, it will speed up and run, until next time. The "hardstart" they refer to is for the compressor and it's basically the same idea, only it's added to the compressor start capacitor to assist it. If when the fan does run, your getting cool air, then the compressor start capacitor is probably ok, for now. The capacitors store extra voltage, for start up of fan, as well as compressor. Capacitors are approx $20, and take about 1/2 to change.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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