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Central A/C motor blade turns all the time

The motor blade to the central A/C unit turns constantly even with the thermostat turned off. It turns fairly slowly. The motor was replaced just last year. The heater comes on normally and produces heat.

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It is just possible that an air draft thro rhe fan blades is turning the motor. to check, disconnect the motor and see if it still turns. disconnect from mains before doing this

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