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Retired 70 yr ol with health problems husband in jail for l and l petifal[unknow to me] lost his income and unableto work my self .high bills unable to buy fuel or maitain home also highproperty tax ;high morage on house with car and house insurance

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This is not an A,C. problem, this is a personal problem! Thank-you-very-much!

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Sounds like your tstat could use some attention. The broken bar sounds like a low battery indicator. To verify wether the tstat is working correctly you can try bridging the R and W wires (after the thermostat) to set a call for heat. Be careful when you do this as you could short or blow your circuit board and other sensitive electrical parts. The R terminal is 24v power and when you bridge R and W you send 24v to the circuit board which indicates a call for heat. W is heat Y is cooling. If nothing happens still then you should call a technician as you may have broken parts and will require replacing.

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Sounds as though the compressor is trying to start, and then shuts off, then tries again. If this is the case...

Usually this results when the capacitor has gone bad and the compressor is unable to start or break free to run.

Basically a capacitor gives the compressor a "Bump" to allow the pistons to break-away from the stopped position. Once the compressor is operational, the capacitor circuit is dropped and the compressor functions as expected. When the capacitor goes bad, the pistons cannot move and the compressor over-amps and the internal, or external OL (overload) opens due to high amp draw. When the OL cools down it allows the compressor to try to start again. But as it cannot it will make a loud humming noise as if it were locked up.

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Hi Bill, I am sorry you became ill from this or anything else. On a condenser, did you change out the condenser coil as in removing the freon and cutting it out, or did you remove the complete unit on top, compressor and all? If you changed out the complete unit on top, the wiring should be fairly easy to connect. Take your power in which would be 220 volts from your power source. More then likely, you will have 2- black hot wires in and a ground, either bare copper or green which grounds to the new unit case. You will have 2- new wires from the new condenser , red and black or different colors, it will not matter as each line will be 120 volts, these will be the load wires to the new unit. Connect 1- wire to one coming in, either one, and do the same to the other wire. Secure the ground and you are set. If this is what you are doing or want to do, this is the way. Once you get power to the new unit, the controls will do the rest for you. Just turn it on inside and you will be up and running. Keep me posted.
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Goverment help! contact your "Big Brother"! or go to the BIBLE where "GOD" sent Elisha to the widow woman cause she couldn't heat her home or buy food , same problem but different time! Thank-you-very much!

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