If so, I have a (drawn out) question... Your A/C quits. You’re not an A/C repairman. You call your home warranty place, who sends someone out later that week. Only your wife is there. Guy shows up, she tells him the breaker is tripping, he verifies the breaker trips and is off, goes out to the unit with nothing but a screw gun, pops the outer panel off, unhooks the compressor power wires, flips the breaker back on, breaker doesn’t trip. Closes up the panel and says “Compressor is shot, need a new one. Your options are to wait a week or so on the part, pay the $650 for the Freon, to get this one back up, orrrrr.... I can have you a brand new unit out here tomorrow, I’ll work you up a quote tonight.”. Drives off and tells her to call him when she figures out what she wants to do. Texts a quote for a new unit that night. My question. Is this the standard method you use to tell someone their compressor is shot, or do you normally investigate further? Ohm it out? Measure resistance? Open up the rest of the unit?