Testing and replacing HVAC compressor motors

December 14, 2005
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If a compressor motor is receiving the correct voltage but it refuses to run or it trips a fuse or circuit breaker, the problem might be that the motor windings have failed. If the resistance is lower than the historical resistance, the owner may want to consider buying a replacement motor so that it will be available in the event of a future failure.
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