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Compresser is not running

Compresser will not come on . The fan in the condenser wont run. Temp in house is84 thermostat is set on 65 degrees . the heat pump is running but the fan is not blowing in cold air.

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  • bbakenbetty Jun 02, 2009

    my heat pump and condenser was installed nov 2003 it is only 5 yrs old so I dont think it is blown.

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The condenser fan motor is most likely blown. A replacement fan motor and a run capacitor are most likely needed to get it back in working order.

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