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Fan When my ac unit kicks on sometimes the fan does not rotate. There is also a buzz and if you tap the ac unit it will start. The capacitor has one leg burnt but it is not to bad do I have change the capacitor or can I put it on another post in the middle?

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  • redhornet Jun 02, 2008

    The condensor comes on fine once you get the fan going it does great.

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Sounds like the condenser motor has bad bearings and capacitor. call a licensed repairman. this can kill you.

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You need to have whole ac serviced do everthing at once so it works right

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