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When you evaluate the situation, you find the following:
1. Contacts 11 and 21, and 13 and 23 are closed.
2. The compressor is hot and off on overload.
3. The OFM is very hot and attempting to operate.
Your next step in isolating this problem is to turn off the power supply and disconnect the appropriate wiring in order to check the following, with these results:
1. A digital meter test from C to H on the dual cap shows 55 MFD.
2. A second test from C to F shows 5 MFD momentarily, then the meter display shows a series of higher and lower MFD readings, then all zeros, and then begins reading random numbers again.
Your troubleshooting question: What is the specific failure that is preventing the outdoor fan motor from operating?
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Publication date: 11/5/2012
For information on Jim Johnson’s HVACR technician training DVDs, go to www.technicaltrainingassoc.com/HVACRVideoStart.htm.