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My blower motor went out in my home and the heat pump package is 15 years old so when i wwent to purchase another one the said it was the one to replace it but its not putting out properly

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    Perry Putnam May 11, 2010

    Are you sure that you are using the high speed wire on the motor?


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Make sure you have the rotation of the motor set right. There are two wires hooked together that determine the rotation clock wise or counter clock wise. If it is not blowing any air then go to the motor and switch the two wire around. It will be something like purple and yellow just hook purple to yellow and visa versa.

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