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Blower wont run

Hi, I have a Bryant model fb4anf030, the blowerstopped running. I replaced the capacitor but didn't fix. Tested for current at the yellow common 120v and the black at the fan relay 120v so I figured the motor was bad. I replaced the blower motor but it still won't run, please help

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  • seth veloso May 11, 2010

    did you make sure the relay was getting energized. At this point I would think you have a bad relay, or a control voltage issue. If you can find the terminals for the coil, check that you have 24 volts across it. let me know.

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Make sure getting 220 v ac on imputs the relay my be bad hook up fan man to power check to see if getting a call from stat to make fan run green to common 24v ac hope this helps

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