Hi guys, have a question that I need answered as soon as possible, appreciate all the help I can get here... can a lack of water/water pressure in your geothermal system cause a burn out of the compressor? This is the sequence of events that occurred. My pump breaks, we are not sure why. We repair it. A few months later when we need to use the AC, it does not work. We bring someone in who tells us that our compressor is burnt out. Seems like a coincidence that a pump is replaced and so soon after the compressor is broken. A week later the compressor is replaced, but the AC is still not working, the system is still running too hot. The pump now breaks again, and our guy says he does not know why. We thought this was weird, so we brought in another person to take a look. This person replaces the broken pump and realizes that there is air and a lack of water in the coolant system which was causing all the heat to build in the system. We now know that when the first pump was replaced, the repairman did not check to see if there was enough water pressure in it before saying the job was complete. Could this lack of water pressure and high heat be the reason why the compressor burnt out in the first place? Looking back, we paid for the replacement of the broken pump, but did the botched job of replacing that pump then also cause our compressor to burn out due to the heat? Thank you.