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Carrier model 50yq036310 manufactur date 07-83 replaced capacitor and new motor for moving air through the duct work. The unit internal cooling fan motor is shutting down and the unit stops operating. I may need a replacement motor complete with factory made onto bracket. where can one be found on such an old package central system.

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SOURCE: GE Central A/C Unit about 30 yrs old; condenser fan stops after a short time.

I gather that it is the outdoor fan motor that runs a bit then stops.

Fan motors that stop by themselves are overheating and going into self-protect. The fact that you replaced the motor and capacitor opens up a whole world of "which wire is in the wrong place". I could do this if I could see it, but I can't see it. You're probably going to wind up calling a service man to sort out the wiring.

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DOES THE HOUSE FEEL DRIER IF IT IS 80 OUTSIDE WITH ALOT OF HUMIDITY THE UNIT WILL RUN FOR A LONG TIME TO REMOVE THE MOISTURE(HUMIDITY) OUT OF THE HOUSE BEFORE TEMP DROPS DRAMATICALLY IS THERE WATER COMING OUT OF THE DRAIN PIPE OUTSIDE

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SOURCE: My ac fan went out on a carrier ac unit. Need wiring help

use a seperate capicitor for the fan only pick up 1 leg of power from common side of the compressor cap and the other from the contactor or the board in a heat pump situation

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SOURCE: Outside AC unit fan is moving, but no air is blowing out of it

might you have physically installed the fan blade upside down?

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a GE central air conditioner model

If you are talking about the indoor fan it is probably a bad capacitor. Replace the fan motor capacitor. And YES, if the fan motor needs replacing too, you can DO-IT-YOURSELF.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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