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Hello, I have a Trane blower motor that want start. I am getting 24vts to the outside unit but the indoor not responding. Also getting 120vts........however im gearing towards the circuit board to be replaced... any thoughts before i buy this board? please help

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Are you getting 120v at the "cool" terminal on the board try taking one of the motor leads and hooking it up to the 110v going into the control board if that works check to see if you have 24v at the "G" terminal if you have 24v at "G" and no voltage coming off of "Heat Or COOL" then i would replace the board

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