Im not nitpicken, so no offence, but you really should wash coils from the inside out. This is on all units. Even a Carrier. Next, if the compressor doesnt start, and the tech walks away, he's a butthead and brand has nothing to do with it.
Originally posted by airworx
you know as well as i do you have to remove the panels to clean both of these units. you also know as well as i do that a lot of techs will not remove the cover off of am.stndrd unit to check the compressor if it will not start.
also compressors should not be replaced if installation and service procedures are correctly performed but usually are not and most systems are overcharged compensating another problems causing compressor problems.