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Fan/blower stopped workin

My 10,ooo btu a/c stopped workind. My husband and I openned and cleaned it. We manually gave the fan a push an iy started to work again. Two hrs laters it stipped again.

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Maybe the bearing is worn out or out of oil, try to put oil in both side of the bearing and try. If wont work you need to replace the blower motor.

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