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Lennox Furnace I have a lennox furnace the bracket on the blower motor broke. I fixed this but now when it gets ready to turn on the blower it blows a fuse. It was still running just before i fixed the bracket. Motor work just fine it only was making a rubbing sound on the cage. everything spins fine by hand. Please help

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  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    When you say bracket are you talking about the brackets holding the motor to the squirrel cage? Or the bracket holding the whole assembly to the housing of the furnace?

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Make sure to check and see if you do not have any bare wires touch ground or if you have any wires pinched causing a short to ground. Safety first so turn of power before checking. Also check to see if any wires on unit are touching one another. Hope this helps you.

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