Question about Heating & Cooling
The compressor has a safety switch under the cover where the wires connect to it. That's what is kicking out. You should check the capacitor connected to the start winding. Check the wires where they connect to the compressor. A burnt off wire for the run terminal will cause these symptoms. If that's all good, it's being fed correctly on all 3 terminals, the compressor has stalled and will probably never start again. You can try a "hard start" kit, but not on a Scroll compressor (read the label). They aren't designed to survive that.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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