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I have a CKL36-1H and the fan just seized up. where can i get another one to replaced it with?

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Try running some oil around the shaft and see if it will free up by turning the shaft.If you can take motor apart you can add oil to both bearings if they are of the sleeve and not ball bearing type. What is the brand ?

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The same thing happened to me last week on my Goodman CKL36-1H air conditioner. I checked the warranty information on the website at http://www.goodmanmfg.com/Home/Warranty/tabid/194/Default.aspx and it said there's a 10 year warranty. You might want to check that also.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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    I just tried daddyo742001's solution and it worked for me. Didn't need the warranty service after all. Thanks!!!

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