Give your system a BOOST!
Replace your unit’s capacitor, contactor and fuse before it gets to work cooling you down this SUMMER.
The capacitor gives your AC system the initial boost it needs to turn on and provide continuous power for it to keep running. It also sends energy to the condenser motor that powers your system. Sluggish capacitors can/will cause the compressor and condenser fan to start unreliably, undoubtedly when you need it most!
Your AC’s contactor works alongside the capacitor all summer to keep power flowing to your AC’s most important parts. The contactor is switch that receives a low voltage signal (24V) from your furnace to power on.
Fuses can be found in compressors, evaporator coils, motors, and wiring configurations. They guard these important parts against overheating and serve a vital role in protecting other parts from overloading.
Take the worry out of your day and replace these essential parts ahead of time to keep you cool all summer long.