Question about Coleman Mach 15 Air Conditioner
My a/c comes on and runs fine for 20-30 minutes, but when the compressor cycles it trips the breaker. I had an electrician check the current and it runs about 15-16 amps initially with the compressor on. When the compressor cycles it runs up to about 33-34 amps for about a minute then it stops trying to start the compressor for a couple of minutes then restarts the compressor at about 18 amps eventually dropping back to about 16 amps. I was wondering if this is a capacitor problem or a compressor problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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