Question about Heating & Cooling
Ever oil the motor?
ever clean the dust out?
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Hey there, have you tried to ohm out the motor itself? It's possible the internal overloads in the fan motor were opening and closing due to winding break down or bearing drag and finally failed or the windings themselves opened. No continuity across the windings when the motor is cool means a bad motor. Another thing to look at is the relay that turns the fan on. Check the continuity accross the contacts when they close. They can tend to build up dirt and carbon on them. Let me know what you find out. If all looks ok see if you can get an amp draw reading on the motor to see if it is trying to start.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Well try to check the blower fan resistor on your unit... it is possible that this part is now faulty and not working...
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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