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  1. HVAC
    I have a Trane XR14 that is doing the typical buzzing sound but the fan isn't starting or running, even when bump started with a stick. The unit has two single run capacitors. One capacitor (135-162MFD) tested good, and the other (70uF) tested bad. I have a dual run 70/5uF handy. A single...
  2. HVAC
    Hi Everyone, After finding that my old dual capacitor had lost it's juice I made the decision to switch it to two single capacitors. The original was a 70/10 which is hard to find and shipping time was unacceptable. I purchased one 10 and one 70, came home and hooked them up according to the...
  3. HVAC
    I am trying a couple of things before I call my HVAC guy. Inside ac unit is working fine but not blowing cool air. I checked the inside air filter and it needed cleaning. Was hoping that was all the problem was. Air flow seemed to increase but still not cold air. Outside fan of old Chrysler...
  4. HVAC
    Hello Everyone. I replaced a dual run capacitor on a Rheem Ramb 042Jaz last week. The original capacitor was gray rating is a 370 volt (55/5). I took photos and marked wires and connected the new Amrad 370/440 (55/5) the same way as the old one. I am unsure if the fan is turning in the...
  5. Electrical
    How can I check if 220 volt start and run capacitors are functioning?
  6. Electrical
    I think I've torn up my air compressor and electric motor. I'm sure the compressors gone, there isn't any compression when turning it by hand. My question to you is if motor is still attached to motor and it freewheels to does that mean it's go also? I had a air leak in line and I forgot it...
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