I need a fan motor for a wall mounted unit, model number FAH106N2T. The model number doesn't show up in your catalog, and I talked to two distributors who don't recognize it. They both found the number but say it is incomplete because there is supposed to be another number after the T, and there is definitely not. They asked for the motor number, and I gave them that and they don't recognize it either. How do I get a motor for this thing? It is barely 2 years old. It is just a simple 220V, 1/8 hp, 3 speed fan motor with a fan on each end.
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Is it a clicking or banging sound? The fan is most likely not kicking up the moisture to cool the evap coil off enough in the unit so you might here more noise for a little while. Monitor it and let me know if anything changes.
If you clean and reset the unit, and the fan isn't still working, contact Frigidaire to see if you qualify for any assistance or limited warranty. Most of these small appliances do not have replacement parts since they are so small in BTU size.
Two issues are possible.
First of all check for dirt accumulation that is blocking the water to drip but is diverting to the front panel section to flow into the wall.
Secondly the A/C must be mounted with a slight tilt thereby making the water condensation to flow/drop into the tray. If not you can remove and make a small wedge on the mounting to tilt.
Also use a good air jet or a water jet( if taken out) to clean the coils.
first check the capacitor measure, see if measurement correspond with its label ex. 40 mf or 50 mf. I believe the winding for the fan motor are loosing its insulation, you might need to replace the fan motor, if installing new one follow the diagram and rotation their is an arrow indicating the rotation of the fan blade
If it is a wall mounted thermostat, then you need to check the control box mounted on the inside of the unit. Remove the inner shroud to access. Check for power on the blue wire entering the control box from the thermostat, this is the high fan circuit. There should also be power on the orange(or tan) wire from the tstat. This is the fan circuit. Both these need to be hot with 12VDC for the fan to run on high. If you have power there, try removing the cover from the inside and access the squirrel cage (fan blade) inside the unit, turn the tstat to High fan and try starting the fan motor by hand. If it starts, then you have a bad fan capacitor. If not, check power to the fan on the top unit and all wiring leading to the fan. If you have power to the fan and it still does not run, you need a new fan motor.
I just purchased an alleged "window mount" air conditioner with the closest dimensions to the existing model. Do these mount as through the wall as well? My current opening = 18 x 26" the new purchase is 16 27/32 x 26. There are 2 different types of window air conditioners – there are the window type of which will fit in a window that opens top to bottom and there is the slide in model of which the actual air conditioner will slide into a metal sleeve which is very common in apartments. In either case you need to measure the inside of the metal sleeve and then give that to the air conditioner dealer and he will know what to do and there is also a POS (point of sale) @ the store of which will also assist you in the measurement of the A/C unit – the window unit you need to measure the opening of the window itself, I hope this was helpful