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I need to know a condenser motor direction

I need to know if push or pull true the condenser coil

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  • francisco enriquez Nov 03, 2012

    well i have reach-in cooler problem , the evaporator it's freeze in . but i thing its because the condenser fan motor,. I thing the condenser fan motor have to pull the air thru the condenser . but now it;s pushin and the line come out froom condenser its hot at the touh and i thing its not doing the condensing job like post to do

  • Richard Roth
    Richard Roth Nov 03, 2012

    Try reversing the wires on the motor.

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Could you please describe the problem you are having a little better?

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