This unit was installed today , model awhbeus the condenser comes on and when its time for the blower to come on the unit shuts down .the thermostat wires are |#1 red |#2 brown |#3yellow |#4 blue . whitch wire goes to the fan?
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If the blower fan in the furnace won't turn off, there is a tripped/blown limit. It's a safety. As for your condenser fan it could be a run cap or motor.
Do yourself a favor and have a licensed HVAC contractor take a look. Find a NATE certified or ACCA member. You will find a much better more qualified contractor.
Check condensate water /drain stopped up. It will allow a start after a reset but then it shuts the combustion air fan down and that shuts the unit down this will require a service tech make sure their familiar
with 95% units
Hello, if the unit is a 90% unit it is possible that the condensate line is clogged and therefore shutting down the unit as a safety. I would make sure the line is clear first, it is also possible that the relay on the integrated control board is bad and not engaging the blower motor.
Hi, if this is a split system with a remote condenser It sounds as though you are having a problem with the thermostatic expansion valve on the heating cycle. If indeed this is a heat-pump, it has 2 metering devices that meter freon into the evaporator to heat or cool. The reversing valve changes the direction of the flow. If the condenser starts to ice up and shut down and repeat itself. I would say that is you're problem. This is something that would have to be changed by a service tech do to the equipment required to do this. I wish I could offer you a quick fix but I can not. You can let me know if this is a split system, and I may have other solutions for you, so get back to me on this please. Sincerely, Shastalaker7
well you have it great job! on the out door unit when it will not shut off disconnect the yellow wire on the stat wires coming from inside if unit stops stat bad if not contactor "points' if they look pitted or buzz change them #1 reason for compressor failure high amp draw thru bad contactor hope this helps aboout 15.00 at hvac store seperate wires with zip ties so dont get mixed up if only one set of points then 30amp single pole 24vac coil contactor
sounds like your condenser fan (the outside blower) has gone bad or the capacitor (small silver box looking thing attached to the motor). the way to test the cap. is with a digital meter that can test for micro farads. the reason it gets hot is you have electricity going to the motor. normally it would transition that energy to motion energy. however since the motor is not turning that energy has to go some where, so it turns into heat energy. your best bet is to replace your condenser fan and capacitor. that is if your comfortable with that type of repair. otherwise call someone out to repair and tell them what your make and model is so they can bring the parts with them and save you some money. hope that helps