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Erratic goodman GMPN 100-4

My 8 year old furnace fan sounds like it is stuck or binding (had a problem like that with twin furnace for first floor)
This unit heats the second floor of a small comm.space.
Heat will run for a while, then fan will hum and furnace stops. If I kill power for a half hour and restore, it fires up fine, then repeats problem.
Any thoughts?
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Sound like you have a bad fan motor

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