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Coleman forced air furnace

Last night we smelled something burning and realized it was the furnace. We looked and the air filer had fallen down and the fan stopped. It is still putting out heat, but the fan will not come on. Any ideas?

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Im assuming you are running a/c and not heat...Was the filter burning??  if not and there are no other obvious burnt wires then id say you need a new motor. The filter, if it was'nt binding the blower wheel or wrapped arround the motor shaft would not have caused the prob.

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