Question about Heating & Cooling
Could have a fan capacitor going out or the fan motor is going out . Usually the capacitor is the culprit. Have a a/c tech look at it the capacitor is inexpensive however it is hard to replace if you haven't done one before. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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