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Most likely a failed run capacitor in the outdoor unit. The unit either has two separate run capacitors; one for the outdoor fan and one for the compressor. Or it may have one dual run capacitor which is the two capacitors built into one casing. Usually either a grey or silver cylinder with terminal connections on one end. If you intend to replace, make sure the power is off first by pulling the disconnect or turning off the breaker. Mark all wires and make sure they get back to the same terminal on the new capacitor. Capacitors are rated by their capacity (go figure) the new cap must match the old cap exactly on the uF or MFD (called micro-farads) rating. Voltage rating on the capacitor must be 370v or higher (most new caps are 440v rated). If you are not completely comfortable doing this yourself, a qualified HVAC service company can take care of the problem for you.
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