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Hello, this could be a bad capacitor or the motor itself is bad. Try replacing the capacitor first.

Posted on May 17, 2011

  • ramcbayne Jun 01, 2011

    where is the capacitor located

  • Robert Jun 02, 2011

    It is located in tne control section of thw window unit, it looks like either a oval can or round can

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Hi i have split and when started the air out hot but Compressor indcation show on

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