Just to inform....
My Uncle came by and is one of those handy people. We replaced the motor for free since he had 3 spare motors in his shed...Which by the way doesn't have to be the exact model. We had to saw off part of the shaft but the specs were practically identical (with the exception that the rotation was a bit higher on this model).
Finally the time to turn it on came. Walla! Nothing...no noise no humming just a condenser unit that was dead as a doornail. It turned out to be the RELAY. Again he had like 8 relays laying around in his shed and bingo...it worked! Once again the relay is totally different. He put in a commercial unit relay and threw in a time delay to help preserve the compressor.
So if anyone has a similar problem check the relay. It did not look burnt out until we took it off and examined it closely.
Oh one last word...I knew NOTHING about A/C units this morning....today I feel confident working on mine when it breaks again. I can say that it would not have been possible without the help of my uncle since he is comfortable with wiring. I would strongly suggest to find a friend that can help who knows about wiring. I came close to touching a live 220 volt wire if my uncle didn't scream at me.
Also 4 local repairmen were called for quotes. The cheapest price for replacing the motor was $600.00 with the highest some crook that wanted $1100.00 to replace the motor, capacitor and fan cause he refused to just replace the motor. BEWARE these Thieves.....the motor on Grainer is selling for $137.00 and is Very easy to replace yourself.