Question about Carrier 38CKC036 Air Conditioner
If you are talking about the indoor blower motor, check the fan switch on your thermostat to make sure that it is in the auto position. If it is, you could possibly have a stuck contact in the thermostat or the relay in the board has stuck open, you can try turning off the power to the unit and resetting it, but I would check the thermostat first. if you have an ohm meter handy, with the power to the furnace off, pull the face off the thermostat and ohm out between r and g terminals on the thermostat, if you have continuity, you know that the thermostat has failed.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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