Question about Heating & Cooling
If the unit is not blowing warm/hot air then either your compressor isn't working or your refrigerant charge is low. Make ure that the compressor is running. If you can't hear it over the fan you can disconnect a fan lead and then see if you hear it. If it's not running then verify that it has power to it then check the capacitor. If you don't have a meter to check it with then you can take it to a heating and air supply to get it checked. Replace it if necessary. If the capacitor is good then check the compressor windings for continuity using and ohmmeter. If the compressor is running then get the refrigerant charge checked.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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