e. Replace the malfunctioning thermal overload detector with one that operates
f. Replace the electrical connections.
g. Plug in the unit.
COMPRESSOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
a. Unplug the unit.
b. Evacuate Freon from the system using a recovery system.
c. Disconnect the electrical connections from the compressor.
d. Cut the refrigeration tubing on the high and low side. It may be possible to
unsolder swage joints or disconnect flare fittings before cutting tubes.
e. Unbolt the compressor from the shock mounts.
f. Remove the compressor.
g. Connect the new compressor. It will be necessary to re-flare or swage new
h. Silver solder the refrigeration connections.
i. Evacuate the system with a vacuum pump.
j. Charge the system with Freon.