Question about Carrier 38CKC060 Air Conditioner
In most cases, the fan has a capacitor to assist in the starting. Check if the capacitor has a bulge or is leaking. If so, it is bad. Although, even if the power is dissconnected, THE CAPACITOR HAS A HIGH VOLTAGE CHARGE STILL IN IT! Discharge the capacitor by shorting the two leads together with an insulated screwdriver. Remember, if not comfortable, call a certified hvac technition. In some cases, if no bulge or leaking is obvious a tech will have a microfare tester to further test the capacitor.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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