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Fan will not start

This is a brand new unit. The compressor will start but the blower will not start?

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Re: Fan will not start

Some things you could check first would be to make sure you got all the packing out of it. May just be something blocking the fan blades. Make sure you have the right power supplied to it. Probably 110v 60 cy with a ground which is the normal house plug in the USA. If that's not the problem, I would call the place you bought it from and tell them what's going on with it. If you don't get help there, call the manufacture. In most cases they will have you return the unit for a new one.

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