Question about Carrier 38CKC060 Air Conditioner
Ok --- what it sounds like is happening here is that your AC compressor is shot. One way to trouble shoot this to verify for sure is to go outside to you AC disconnect, pull the handle out of the disconnect, this will isolate the unit from the breaker, or if this is a breakered disconnect, shut the disconnect down, then turn the breaker back on. If the breaker holds (meaning doesn't trip) then you will have to call out an AC guy to verify 100% its the compressor motor and have it replaced.
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Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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