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The unit outside makes a noise like there is power but the fan does not blow

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sounds like its more than likely the fan motor. the bearings in the motor are notoriuos for making a squeeling noise. there arent any other parts that would make this noise. unless youre a special case. i doubt it. if youre mechanically inclined there are ways of checking the motor. If you have an amp meter you can check the amp draw on the fan motor. if it reads higher than on the label of the motor then the motor needs to be replaced. if the amp draw is good the you can try to drop some oil in the motors lube port.

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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