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@jlozier since this sounds more like a power issue, I would suggest that you check the power to your AC unit first. It should be 240V (depending where in the world you are:-) If you have power to the AC then you want to check the run capacitor. It is in charge of the fan motor and the compressor. Check it for bulging, leaking and/or severe corrosion. If so replace it. The next part on my checklist is the contactor. That is basically a 24V relay that closes the circuit when your thermostat calls for cooling. There are a few different ones for your AC model, which makes it somewhat important that you post some pictures with your question. Use [guide|21499|this guide] for that since it will allow us to see what you see. Please remember that the voltage and amperage on your AC packs a heavy punch. Do not touch any live wires etc.
BTW you and I will not beable to purchase any refrigerant since that requires a HVAC license and some nifty gauges to refill the unit.
BTW you and I will not beable to purchase any refrigerant since that requires a HVAC license and some nifty gauges to refill the unit.
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Düzenleyen: oldturkey03 ,

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@jlozier since this sounds more like a power issue, I would suggest that you check the power to your AC unit first. It should be 240V (depending where in the world you are:-) If you have power to the AC thanthen you want to check the run capacitor. It is in charge of the fan motor and the compressor. Check it for bulging, leaking and/or severe corrosion. If so replace it. The next part on my checklidtchecklist is the contactor. That is basically a 24V relay that closes the circuit when your thermostat calls for cooling. There are a few different ones for your AC model, which makes it somewhat important that you post some pictures with your question. Use [guide|21499|this guide] for that since it will allow us to see what you see. Please remember that the voltage and amperage on your AC packs a heavy punch. Do not touch any live wires etc.
@jlozier since this sounds more like a power issue, I would suggest that you check the power to your AC unit first. It should be 240V (depending where in the world you are:-) If you have power to the AC thanthen you want to check the run capacitor. It is in charge of the fan motor and the compressor. Check it for bulging, leaking and/or severe corrosion. If so replace it. The next part on my checklidtchecklist is the contactor. That is basically a 24V relay that closes the circuit when your thermostat calls for cooling. There are a few different ones for your AC model, which makes it somewhat important that you post some pictures with your question. Use [guide|21499|this guide] for that since it will allow us to see what you see. Please remember that the voltage and amperage on your AC packs a heavy punch. Do not touch any live wires etc.
 
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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: oldturkey03 ,

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@jlozier since this sounds more like a power issue, I would suggest that you check the power to your AC unit first. It should be 240V (depending where in the world you are:-) If you have power to the AC than you want to check the run capacitor. It is in charge of the fan motor and the compressor. Check it for bulging, leaking and/or severe corrosion. If so replace it. The next part on my checklidt is the contactor. That is basically a 24V relay that closes the circuit when your thermostat calls for cooling. There are a few different ones for your AC which makes it somewhat important that you post some pictures with your question. Use [guide|21499|this guide] for that since it will allow us to see what you see.  Please remember that voltage and amperage on your AC packs a heavy punch. Do not touch any live wires etc.

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