Just moved into a house with a pretty old Carrier Heat Pump model
38BYB042300. Looks like both the dual run cap and condensor starter
cap have been changed out at some time (not mounted correctly - quite
the hack job, and it starts/runs a little rough). Would anyone know
the correct capacitance/voltages (or P/N's) for each one of these
caps? If it helps, the the S/N is 2596E04853. Thanks.
Called them today. After much of the "run around" treatment, they
told me they didn't have that information and to call a local dealer.
All the local dealer is interested in is selling me a new system -
called them yesterday.
On Tue, 3 Aug 2010 22:53:30 -0500, "Oscar_Lives"
Me and GB charge $65.00 our friend G. charges $100.00 but he
has a shiny new truck to pay for. When I do control systems
I charge $85.00. The amount of the bill is directly proportional
to the attitude of the customer.
What area of the country are you in? The cost of living and
the cost of doing business makes a lot of difference in what
the price of service calls are. When I worked up and down
Californiastan for an electrical service company, the prices
were quite high 20 years ago there.
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