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Have weatherking furnace, Pilot lites but no blower

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  • quasymoto200 Dec 20, 2008

    yes it does, The blower is not kickin in

    Thank you

  • quasymoto200 Dec 20, 2008

    Thanks skeeter, I have a weatherking upflow furnace. I do have a meter. I hope the IFC is not the problem. I hear the burner running for a few minutes. Then it stops. I placed the thermostat from auto to run with nothing happening from blower.

  • quasymoto200 Dec 21, 2008

    Hey Skeeter.We had a snow storm the other day. The old guy next door covered my air ducting. went outside shoveled it out and presto, Furnace worked. Thanks for all your help though.

  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    Do you have a volt ohm meter? That you can check the fan motor.

  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    Does the burners ignite?

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I am thinking the fan is bad if you can disconnect the fan motor leads and ohm them out. White is common Red is low speed Black is high speed. You might have other colors like blue which would be med speed and maybe orange witch would be med low. There is a small run capacitor on the fan so replace both fan and capacitor at same time. After you ohm out the motor of course. You should have resistance on all leads. Use white as the main one and check each speed. Replacing the motor isn't too tuff little hard getting it out of squirrel cage

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  • Ken Bledsoe Dec 21, 2008

    Good deal but man your neighbor you better talk to him and let him know what he did. thanks

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