Question about Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner
Could be 2or3 things.Check to make sure you have the correct voltage to motor.If a central unit should be 240v.Check fan capacitor usually a 5mfd or 7.5mfd these start and run the fan motor.This cap might be a dual capacitor,one side to the fan the other side to the compressor.Then there is the fan motor itself.With power off to unit,spin the blades by hand,should rotate and spin freely.grab the fan shaft and blades.You should be able to lift the blades up and down.Try to move the shaft side to side,if there is any play,the bearings are bad,thus the motor needs to be replaced.Hope this helps. Gregg
Posted on May 28, 2009
Replace the fan motor capacitor. If that does not correct the problem you will have to replace the fan motor.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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