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Compressor fan mtr hot, hear it try to energize for approx 2 seconds then stops aproximately 1minute later cycle repeats, removed coil voltage and manually acuated coil did not hear anything trying to energize, voltage 240 across contactor, assume controll power need be present for any fan / compressor function? sounds like fan mtr single phasing, tried to spin manually, no succ.

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