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Is there supposed to be Styro Foam inside the ESA3089 AC unit?

Umm the motor is running but the fan isnt moving ..soo we think the Foam may be blocking it causing it not run

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I believe that the styrofoam is installed in the unit for shipping purposes. This is to prevent damage to the unit while in transit. Simply remove the foam and everything should work fine.

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