Question about Heating & Cooling
I replaced a motor last week and i didn't double check the direction. Fortunately my friend Larry lives next door to his mother and is a little handy and reversed the motor himself. To do this turn off the power. Look for the two crimps that don't have the main power hooked to them, and reverse where they are plugged onto. turn the power back on.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check for a frozen cooling coil. Turn the fan to the on position at the thermostat and the cooling to off. Your cooling coil may be iced over. Allow it to run in the fan only mode until the coil has had a chance to defrost. At the outside unit you may see the large line is frosted. This is the visual indication for a frozen coil. When you return the A/C to cooling use it with the fan on while in the cooling mode.
Posted on May 27, 2008
The most common failure for this problem is either the start/run capacitor or the fan motor. IF YOU ARE NOT experienced with electricity then I would strongly suggest hiring a technician. The volts are 220 with a potential of 50 amps in a common residential unit.
If you are knowledgeable in this area then make sure the motor has volts to it. If it does have volts and does not spin, it is bad. You can sometimes tell by feeling the motor it will probably be very hot. The compressor will eventually shut itself off when it over heats. It usually will restart after it cools down(sometimes many hours). The motor and capacitor are pretty generic and can be matched up at a local Grainger store or whatever Retail, specialty store that you have in your area.
I hope this helps:)
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
Happy to assist you!
Perhaps a bad blower.
But sounds like low freon!
If freon is low unit will not go on!!!!!!
Could just be low or could be a leak!
Words alone will not remedy the situation!
Dop not wait to fix it next year!
The cost will be more then Bad Infaltion!!!!!!!!!
You need to call service !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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