Weak capacitor is a likely suspect.
So you would recommend changing the capacitor before trying anything else? I think it's only about 10 bucks or soWeak capacitor is a likely suspect.
Ok gentlemen, it was the capacitor. I had the tech come back and install one.As others said, good chance its just the run capacitor or the fan.
But, come this spring. Use a mild cleaner on that evap coil. You only got the surface dirt off. There is probably just as much dirt in between the fins as you got off the surface. And I'm guessing you actually cleaned the side the air enters from, not just the discharge side of the coil.