Question about Heating & Cooling
It may have lost one leg on the power incoming. It should be 220-240 so if you have a volt meter you can check the incoming power to the contactor. If you are not familiar with electrical work I would recommend that you get a service tech to do it for you. The good news is that if the compressor is trying to start then it probably is not burned out. If you have a disconnect switch by your condensor there may be two fuses in there so check them to make sure they are good.Thank you.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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