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Old 06-12-19, 11:19 AM   #6
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Before you do all of the above ( which you certainly should ) , use a volt - ohm meter to do an electrical check of the condenser .

If the electrical is bad , all of the refrigeration testing / purging would have been wasted .

I know you said the unit was running when the fire occurred , but you do not know until you know for sure . And you still do not know for sure until you power it up and turn it on .

Did you get the indoor unit , also ? Or are you using another indoor unit ? Do you know , what ever indoor unit you will be using , is OK ?

Best of luck to you , :-)

God bless
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