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The capacitor, the relay and the starter all burned out. I have a model # CKT 24-1. What would cause this to happen. And could you give me part #'s for these items.

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Possible that there was a high voltage surge in your place for this to happen, otherwise the capacitor would have shorted and make the rest burn out.
Use can use the regular types inthe market that can suit the compressor of the AC.
Parrt no available only on service manuals or with the Goodman service .

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