Question about Heating & Cooling
This is either the motor itself or a capacitor. To check the motor use an amp meter. Clamp the meter around each power lead seperatly try to cycle the motor and verify the reading on the meter. After you have done this check the LRA (locked rotor amps) rating on the motor I.D. tag. If the readings you saw are near or higher than those listed on the motor tag then the motor is bad. Feel free to comment me if you need any other assistence.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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