I am trying to take out and install a new air conditioner; however, I am having a difficult time removing the field lock which will not release the air conditioner in either direction. The field lock is a metal strip that is screwed into the AC, but mine seemed to be screwed in upside down as all I see is a post with threads. Any odeas? Please?
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This is not easy....You will need air tools ,spray penetrate,seal remover,hammer,and Jack stands..Seal installation tool,.All proper tools..safety glasses.correct seal replacement.,new lock nut...Set park brake,block rear wheels,raise vehicle front and safely place jack stands under each side of lower control arms..Spray lube front drive shaft mounting hardware and lock nut that holds Yoke on front diff..Let it set to penetrate..put vehicle in neutral..Mark shaft to yoke location and direction perfectly because it has to be installed in perfect timing exactly how it was removed..,Remove drive shaft..Remove lock nut and yoke from front diff...You will have to hold yoke while removing lock nut because it will spin..PROTECT HANDS..( These can be VERY DIFFICULT to remove..Sometimes they have to be heated..You will need a yoke removal tool if it doesn't tap off with hammer...Mark exactly the yoke to spline location before removal..You can take close up photos however Mark it also to be sure...If you re-install it wrong it will vibrate terribly..Once yoke is removed You can remove seal.Make sure the new seal is correct...CAREFULLY..DO NOT DAMAGE SPLINES WHILE REMOVING..Sometimes even the perfect seal remover will damage splines..So cover it to protect spline threads..Clean all areas once seal is removed..Make sure nothing is pitted or damaged...Install new seal with installation tool..Lightly,perfectly tap it flush with diff..You can use old seal to install new seal if you don't have installation tool But only a pro should do that...Once in place Line drive shaft yoke with your marks and tap it on ..Use NEW LOCKNUT AND TORQUE IT TO SPEC..Install drive shaft as marked..torque to spec..Lower truck and check fluid..Complete..
Yes, these are very simple to install. I'm not sure about your exact model but generally you just have to remove the top of the unit and the grill slides right up and out. It's only held in by the down pressure of the top being screwed on. Hope thus Helps : )
I have over 35 years in the A/C business and am ASC certified. The motor will normally draw 4 to 6 times it FLA (Full Load Amps) or RLA (Regular Load Amps) when first starting up or is seized. This is called LRA (Locked Rotor Amps). These specs can be found on the motors nameplate and can be checked with an amp meter. If the motor hums and won't start while pulling these high amps, Try giving it a spin with a stick. (in the right direction of course). If it keeps running when helped to start, its probably the capacitor. They normally run about $7.50 wholesale. If its tight in both directions while humming, 1 or more of the field poles is out of balance and the motor will need replacement. Good luck and be careful when spinning it.
Not sure what B was on the old one.. B on the new one would be for heat pump. You will need a wire to W if you have heating system. R is for the 24 v coming to the stat. G is used to control the blower. Y is to control the air conditioner.
You are going to need to replace the motor. When it locks and you cannot turn by hand, that means that either the windings or the brakes have completely locked up. There is a way to open the motor but by the time you get it out, get the parts and replace everything, it is just cheaper to install a new motor. Please rate
It depends on how YOU have it installed. It will slide out of the case and the new one MIGHT fit into the same case. This is trial & error. If not, slide the guts out, remove the case, install the new case & slide the new unit into place.
If it's a window unit, just remove the whole thing and replace it.
Double check that the new contactor has the same electrical ratings on it. My guess is that the coil should be 24v while the relay should be able to carry the same amperage at 220v.
First shut off the breaker and disconnect switch for the furnace and outdoor condenser and call a licensed HVAC contractor:)
If you are determined to do it yourself, Then read the schematics first. Be aware, if you mis wire the system you may cause more damage than you have now. Not to mention your personal safety is at risk.
I am basing this on the most common style contactor found in my area.
The main relay side should be labeled. (eg. L1,L2-T1, T2). These should match exactly like the old one. L1 and L2 are the incoming power. T1 and T2 are the power leaving the contactor. All the 220v wires should correspond to one of these four terminals either by screwing them down or fitting the spade connectors together.
Usually the 24v wires will plug onto the coil (near the bottom, left and/or right sides of the contactor) silver spade connectors.
(STEP 1.) Leave all Wires Connected to your Old Contactor.
(STEP 2.) Remove the two mounting screws that hold the Old Contactor to the Air Conditioners casing.
(STEP 3.) Now Install the New Contactor to the old contactors existing location using the Same two Screws.
(STEP 4.) Now take Off one wire at a time from your old Contactor and
Install each wire one at a time to the proper location on the new