Question about Heating & Cooling
Check to see if the contactor that operates the fan and compressor is "pulling in" on a call for cooling. If the compressor runs and the fan doesn't it will fault on high pressure. They both have to run together to work. I think you have a bad fan motor or a bad fan capacitor though. The capacitor could be weak or shorted. Have that checked before you buy a fan. $5 compared to $75. My guess is the fan bearings are worn or dry. Try lubricating the fan. It should have oil ports on the side somewhere. Ten drops of oil in each port should do it if the bearings aren't shot. Good Luck.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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