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Air coditioning fan

My air conditioner doesn't work. I replaced the 15 gauge fuse, but as soon as I start the air, the fuse burns out. The fan shuts off immediately.. I bypassed the fuse by connecting a wire were the fuse should go. The air starts right away but the wire begins to burn. This inidacates a short in the system, but where do I start looking.

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  • kobejencody Aug 07, 2008

    I realize there is a problem with the electrical with the AC fan. Where do I start trouble shooting. The fan runs at normal speed when I connect it direct.





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Does the fan seem to turn at its normal speed when it runs?

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U have electrical problem with ur AC Fan connection

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