View single post by Brando
 Posted: Mon Oct 2nd, 2006 03:27 am
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Joined: Sun Jun 26th, 2005
Location: Anadarko, Oklahoma USA
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Crouching Tiger wrote: It always comes back to this  -  if the compressor doesn't start with what it was

designed with then there is a problem.  If you want to get into a good test practice

buy yourself a megohmeter, this will test the compressor windings insulation and let

 you now if it is going to last. 

Right if it dosnt start with what its designed to, the answer is either replace that $200 compressor if you can even get a replacement, or a $20 3-in-1 and let her rip tater chip, no need for an expensive megohmeter. (and in this case im talking about units with no factory warranty.)

Save yourself the trouble and buy a new GE!