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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
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    Carrier part question

    Ok guys I need helping figuring out what this part is. I have not seen something like this before and just kind of like to know what it is and where I can find:

    1. A replacement
    2. cost of new part
    3. Model number

    With all those numbers I am not positive what one is what.

    It is from the condenser. I figure it is bad because when switching to cooling mode the indoor blower fan comes on, but get nothing from the outside unit. I can push in the contacts and the unit fires right up, but does not stay running once the contacts are released. I unplug the fuse connection and that black wire and plug it back in along with the fuse and it fires right up without doing any more work. However once the system turns off again it will not typically turn itself back on without repeating what I did before. So I am assuming it has to be this part.

    Thanks a lot.

    My guess of the model number is hn67za003b

  2. #2
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    Lancaster PA
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    A common device.

    You have the post count, apply for pro membdership, if your in the trade.

    If your not, sorry, no DIY.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  3. #3
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    I am trying to get into the trade, but currently have no job.

    I also don't have a lot of experience so I would not get a pro membership lol...

    Just trying to fix my A/C unit.

  4. #4
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    Students of trade schools are accepted. And they often have no experience. So thats not a hold back.

    Sorry, this is a DIY question then, and not allowed.


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