|View single post by nickfixit|
|Posted: Sat Sep 30th, 2006 07:23 pm||
For starters you have removed the run capacitor from many compressors that were made to have them.
Secondly, all those compressors you serviced no longer have over-temperature protection.
Third, you have added a start capacitor to compressors that were not designed to have one.
Fourth, you may have made the unit draw more amperage than it was designed to handle.
Fifth, when one of these does fail, the next tech may refuse to honor the compressor warranty, and blame you for using an non-approved part.
The factory relays are just as cheap and easy to install as any 3-in-1 part.
Pegi posted this in the Dojo...
Last edited on Sat Sep 30th, 2006 07:28 pm by nickfixit
" Giving numerical data to Sears management is like giving a monkey a machine gun. No one knows for certain what will happen, but you can be sure of two things... It will be real messy, and only the monkey will be unharmed"