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Old 05-11-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Internal overload. Does anyone no when the overload is tripped were will the open in the windings be. Run start are common? What will the overload take out the loop to couse it not to run.
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on a 230V compressor as in residential either hot leg drops out the compressor will stop but the condenser fan will continue to run with the contactor still in...it could be a klaxon disc within the terminal cover..or an internal winding stat both heat activated...run winding is broken by either
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Great thx
Yes my fan was running.
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