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A/c is not working. The outdoor fan is not turning i can hear the unit turning on but no fan

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Try turning the fan with wooden a stick, if it runs then the fan is bad, replace it.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: The fan in the outdoor unit does not work while the AC is on.

fault may be just the fan. check if stiff to rotate for starters and then check continuity thro it

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

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SOURCE: split unit, I get heat but no cold

Unit will not run unless both indoor fan coils are in cool mode.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: heat pump not running

check your house circuit breakers first that should be labeled heatpump or outdoor unit
make sure it is on and or not tripped
then if you have a box outside near the outdoor unit open it up and see if there is a breaker or maybe fuses that could be blown

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: We have a new house and it came with central air.

First check to be sure the circuit breaker for the outside unit is not tripped. Turn the two pole breaker all the way off all the way off and then back on. If the outside unit still does not run you may have fuses in a disconnect box by the outside unit that are blown. You can check them with an OHM meter. No OHM reading means they are good.
The low hum you hear is probably the control voltage from the thermostat pulling in the contactor (switch that starts the outside unit). If no line voltage (230 VAC) comes to the unit it will not run.

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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SOURCE: outdoor unit fan making noise when running sounds

Bearing in fan going out. Let it run till it quits or call service tech to change motor. Fix cost about 250 to 300 dollars. russ

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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I assume you are referring to the indoor fan coming on. If the fan on the outdoor unit is coming on, and the compressor is not, you have a control problem with the outdoor unit, I recommend calling a service man. Make sure you have power to the outdoor unit. There should be a service disconnect on the outdoor unit, connect and disconnect the power, you should hear a hum when the power comes on, put your ear to the housing of the outdoor unit and you will hear the power come on when it is turned on. If no power, or hum, check your breakers in the house electrical panel, see if any are tripped. Next step call a service tech.

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The humm you hear is the compressor. Turn your unit on and let it run for a couple minutes and grab the large pipe at the outdoor unit. If it's cold, your compressor is running. If your fan didn't turn on, there is a good chance your motor is fried. It could be your contactor, but I doubt it. The compressor and fan are wired through the same contactor, so when one comes on, so does the other. DO NOT run your unit for more than a minute or two with the outdoor fan not running. If you continue to run it, it's going to go out on high pressure and turn back on, and so on, and so on, until it fries the compressor.

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Then it is not communicating with the thermostat. When you turn it to cooling and the fan comes on, then the thermostat is communicating
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If you have 24volts between Y and C then it is communicating with the AC Unit. If you go outside and remove the electrical panel(shut off power
to outdoor unit) you can still hear the contactor being pulled in.

If you cannot hear that you need a new two wire from furnace to outdoor unit

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Hi, I assume this is a split system, with the indoor and outdoor unit. If you are talking about the fan on the outdoor unit, this is the condenser fan motor. It is exposed to the heat of the ambient temp. and removing the heat from indoors. If you have a heat pump, this motor runs year around and gets a lot of use. I have seen the 5mfd run capacitor fail which could cause this motor not to start, but more than likely the condenser fan motor has burned out.If it is the outdoor unit you are talking about, can you hear the compressor come on when you start it? You may stand by the unit and have someone turn the t-stat to cool and see if you hear it come on. It will shut off after awhile due to high head pressure. But, if nothing happens, you may not be getting power from the breaker being tripped or a blown fuse at the disconnect box at the unit.Check these before calling out a tech.If you are talking about the indoor fan, make sure the panels are on good if its a gas unit as there is a door switch that is closed and if the panel is loose, it will stop the fan from coming on. The indoor blower motor may also be burned out. It shouldn't take more then an hour at the most to find out what is causing this problem. Could be a fan relay. I would recommend calling a qualified a/c Co. to come out and check this. Wish I was there and could be of more help.
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Heat pump not running


check your house circuit breakers first that should be labeled heatpump or outdoor unit
make sure it is on and or not tripped
then if you have a box outside near the outdoor unit open it up and see if there is a breaker or maybe fuses that could be blown

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