Question about Heating & Cooling
Dear friend, without knowing exact problem changing parts is not advisable. With your statement I could understand that condenser coil full of dirty- clean it. And then check capacitor for compressor by reading amps. If amps gradually increase capacitor to be replaced. And also wiring for not short circuited.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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