Question about Heating & Cooling
Wire your compressor the following way, run new wires if needed, forget about bypassing sensors, check electrical terminals to be tight and clean.
1. Have L1 going straight to the compressor's "C" common terminal, 2. L2 to the Capacitors "C" Terminal (if dual or either one if single capacitor),
3. The "S" Start terminal on the compressor to the "Herm" (If Dual Capacitor) or the "Free" terminal (if Single Capacitor);
4. the "Run" line from the compressor goes to the same terminal on the capacitor as the L2.
If the compressor starts, let it run for a couple of minutes to find out if it it is overheating. If the compressor do not start or starts and overheats, replace the compressor.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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