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My outside ac unit fan will not blow?

A guy looked at it and told my husband and I it was the switchboard, and he rewired it and it worked great now the fan will not turn on again. What should I do?

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You have no choice but to call a tech or the guy that rewired it. Sounds like motor was the problem that caused the board trouble. If this is a heat pump you will need to get the defrost board checked out and motor repaired or replaced and wired back up right or it will not work in heating when it is time to defrost coil in winter Motor may have been off on over load protector. Bad bearings will cause motor to overheat and shut down. Bad bearings are the main cause of motor failures.

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You might have a bad fan relay. Wait til the unit cools down and then restart. If the fan comes on then the fan is going out. Shuts off when it heats up.

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