Lennox Condensor fan-Capacitor


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e62836

Condensor fan will not come on. Low humming noise coming from
condensing unit when system is running. I am assuming it's probably the
capacitor since the unit is only 4 years old.
So, other than looking at the capacitor, is there a way to know what
would be the correct voltage for a Lennox ACC series condensing unit
capacitor? 370 or 440 ?
I am not at home right now and I would like to find out where I can get
the correct one.
 
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e62836

I'm sure you have pulled out more than a few things from your ass. Gay
boy.
 
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Noon-Air

Can't tell you a thing without model and serial numbers
BTW... if its only 4 years old, its probably still under warranty unless you
screwed with it.
 
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Stormin Mormon

Get the higher one. Will work in both cases.

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Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
You have to starve them.
..

Condensor fan will not come on. Low humming noise coming from
condensing unit when system is running. I am assuming it's probably
the
capacitor since the unit is only 4 years old.
So, other than looking at the capacitor, is there a way to know what
would be the correct voltage for a Lennox ACC series condensing unit
capacitor? 370 or 440 ?
I am not at home right now and I would like to find out where I can
get
the correct one.
 
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Moe Jones

That noise you are hearing may be the compressor.

Your best bet is to call a Lennox dealer and have a service tech. come and
check your system. You may have lost the condensing fan motor. So just shut
down the A/C until the service tech arrives.

Do not attempt to work on it if you do not know what you are doing because
you can cause more problems.
 
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e62836

It just galls me to have to pay someone a $79 "diagnostic fee" $20
labor and $98 for the part when they are working on it for a total of
15 minutes.
Especially when, if it is just the capacitor, I could buy it for $40
and install it myself.
 
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Moe Jones

The diagnostic fee is for labor only in most cases. After they trouble shoot
the problem they will give you a quote for fixing it. The quote could be T&M
or a fixed price.

If you change out a part and your wrong you could do more damage in the long
run.

Why don't you check into some type of insurance for your A/C?
 
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e62836

Better go back home now junior. Mommy probably has you milk and cookies
waiting for you. Then you can go watch the Sci-Fi channel.
 
E

e62836

The last time I had something fixed by this place they broke out labor
and "diagnostic fee" seperately.
 
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Bubba

It just galls me to have to pay someone a $79 "diagnostic fee" $20
labor and $98 for the part when they are working on it for a total of
15 minutes.
Especially when, if it is just the capacitor, I could buy it for $40
and install it myself.
Oh Geez! You're not another one of those fuquering "brainiacs" that
got charged $100 to change your dirty air filter because you were too
stupid to know how to do it yourself, are you?
I dont like paying $3.09 a gallon for gas either but guess what
junior? That's the way the world goes round.
If you dont like it, stick a gun in your mouth and do us all a favor.
Bubba
 
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Stormin Mormon

Wow, Milligan's reputation is spreading.

Double entendre, untintentional. Sorry, Paul, I didn't mean to write
that you had a reputation of being a man who spreads. Really, I didn't
mean that!

Wonder how much support the cat rescue gets, account of your kind and
compassionate approach on the alt havoc group? At least ten cents a
year, I'd guess.

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Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
You have to starve them.
..

I'm sure you have pulled out more than a few things from your ass.
Gay
boy.
 
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Stormin Mormon

Yep, I know that feeling. I feel the same about dentists. But, there
(should be) a lot of training and diagnostic ability that the tech
brings into the picture. Should, that is. I wonder some times.

--

Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
You have to starve them.
..

It just galls me to have to pay someone a $79 "diagnostic fee" $20
labor and $98 for the part when they are working on it for a total of
15 minutes.
Especially when, if it is just the capacitor, I could buy it for $40
and install it myself.
 
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Bob_Loblaw

(e-mail address removed) wrote in
It just galls me to have to pay someone a $79 "diagnostic fee" $20
labor and $98 for the part when they are working on it for a total of
15 minutes.

OK. Think about what you just said....
How much would YOU charge ME to learn a trade, buy a truck,
shelving, corresponding tools, licensing fees, insurance,course upgrades,
manuals,etc..., then drive over to my house, figure out what's wrong with
my system, go get the part (even if I have one on the truck, I still had to
go get it sometime), install the part, then warrant it if it fails
prematurely. Huh?
How much would YOU charge ME? $10?? Maybe $20??
And how long do you think you'd stay in business?
I wonder if your boss is "galled" every time he hands you a paycheque.
 
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Oscar_Lives

Your bosses there at Motorola in Schaumburg will be speaking
with you shortly about your work habits and posts.

Oh, now that one is gonna leave a mark!
 
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PrecisionMachinisT

Oscar_Lives said:
Oh, now that one is gonna leave a mark!
Mixed feelings still kinda here.

Still, if the question was "would I want an office fulla bozo's trolling
usenet ( on my dime ) then the answere is NOPE.

Some folks seemingly got nothing better to do, I guess.
 
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