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Reduce blower speed

Have a coleman DGAAO56BDTA in our moblie home, i know color code to change but what wires and where, motor is running on high and all we get is cool air

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Motor speeds on the blower are always remember black is high, blue in med. and red is low sometimes blowers are 4 speeds but the main colors are the black blue and red. Now where to change locate the wires coming from blower to a box or control board. control board has setting for heating and cooling speeds for the blower. You might see blue on heating which would be medium speed so take the red off park terminal and change places with the blue. Now if you have a fan control switch it looks like a dail in the middle of the furnace with numbers on the face with pointers set at the numbers. follow the wires from there to the electrical box and open box. find color of blower and switch be sure to cap off the wire you change. Wire nut would be good.

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