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Unit outside isnt working

The fan stop blowing, we replaced the motor today. Now the fan runs, then it stops and we are getting hot air coming through the house. Before this we have had 4 burned wires, that was replaced. Also the main circuit breaker keeps tripping. Not sure what is going on with our unit. I need help

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  • bills10655 Jun 23, 2009

    Thanks!! How much does that run? Is it expensive? Do you know why the wires keeo burning?

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Replace the run capacitor, too.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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    FunnyPlumber Jun 23, 2009

    I suggest you have a qualified technician repair it for you. Run capacitors for a condensor fan motor are not expensive.

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