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Central air fan is running slow and will not start without help

This fall notice the fan not running in the central air unit so. Turned it by hand and it started but ran slow

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Try a new capacitor

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SOURCE: Goodman CK60-1C model central AC unit blwing hot air

Clicking sound is the contactor engaging to start the outside unit. Check for a burnt off wire at the contactor. For some reason you are not getting power to the outside unit. If you find a burnt off wire shut off all power to it then remake the connection at the point of the circuit break.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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The brown wire goes to the capacitor. It probably shorted out with the nicked wire. Replace the capacitor.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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SOURCE: central air blowing warm air

2 things could be happening. 1, inside unit needs filter changed and coil cleaned. 2, unit is low on freon. A/C tech should be able to check for both. You can check the a/c coil to clean it yourself but to check for low freon this will have to be done by a a/c tech due to the complexity of the system. the ice is caused by a series of things however, check the a/c filter and the coil located behind the filter. this coil should be free of any debris. if you have indoor pets sometimes the hair clogs the coil causing the freeze up.. To clean the coil you need to get a small weed killing sprayer.. At the a/c supply house you can purchase cleaning solution that is easy to use an safe for the enviroment also leaves your house smelling great. if the coil inside has been cleaned check to see if the coil outside is clean if not you can clean it with a water hose by spraying the coils out. MAKE SURE TO KILL THE POWER beforehand. Also spry the water onto the coils only and spray in the oppisite direction of air flow. Have system checked by a/c tech if you do not feel comfortable doing any of these suggestions

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Condenser fan running backwards on heat pump

I am having the same problem, sometimes it runs in the wrong direction, blowing the air down. Sometimes something gets tripped and I need to turn the thermostat to off and wait a bit then restart it. If I am lucky it will run int the correct direction and also will warm the house. Sometimes it send nothing but cold air to the house's forced air.

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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SOURCE: I need help with a buzzing sound in my air conditioner.

It is probably the compressor humming. They can make some funny noises especially on start for a while. If the unit is not cooling it may be the start capacitor or the comressor may be locked up.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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The brown wire goes to the capacitor. It probably shorted out with the nicked wire. Replace the capacitor.

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