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Air conditioner not working

I came in from out of town today and my house was 86 degrees. It was blowing air but it was not cold and the outside unit was not on at all. I checked the breakers and nothing wrong. I cut the breakers anyway to see if that would do anything and the results were backwards. Now the outside unit runs, but the inside unit will not blow air at all. What is the problem?

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  • jweil Sep 08, 2008

    I have done that and it still does not run. I can hear some circulation noises but it is not blowing. Does this mean that the fan motor has gone out.



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This is simple , turn your thermostat to fan only and not auto fan and see if it runs, if does then run it like this till a service man arrive, the fan motor for cool is gone out!

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

  • Richard Craft
    Richard Craft Sep 08, 2008


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    Richard Craft Sep 08, 2008

    But for now remove the fan door, and theres a fan switch in front of the door, unplugg the unit , tape the door switch close and tell the thermostat to call for cool and spin the fan motor with a probe, after it takesoff, add the door back turn the thermostat way down.If it cycles off, then you'll have to restart this again....



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