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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Rmove the two screws holding the blower in place and slide it out. With the power off, rotate the wheel and inspect for debris or an impingement. If everything turns easy, you have a bad motor or start capacitor. If you have rubbing, adjust the wheel. If the motor will not turn, replace it.
Posted on May 30, 2008
If you haven't already tried Coleman customer support, try Google. You can find owner's manuals for all kinds of things. good luck, John
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
By sealed unit you mean that the burner air comes from outside of the house?
You have checked the heat exchanger for cracks by removing the burners and looking with a mirror and flashlight, correct, or had a service tech so?
The furnace burners have enough air and are burning clean (blue) with just a tip of orange at the end? You bought the house new and the fireplace has never been used? If it has been used to clean smoke for the house for whatwever reason I woudl start by havign the ducts cleaned. Another possibility I have seen is insolation inside of ductwork breaking down.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
magic chef furnaces were discontinued many years ago. Pull the motor and take it to your local motor shop. They will be able to match it. Furnace blower motors are pretty standard fractional horse motors.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
An indoor blower running when it is not supposed to usually indicates an overheat condition. I would guess that it has been cycling on and off for some time and finally caused the high limit to stick and not auto reset. if you tap it sometimes they reset. the real problem is that it has been overheating from lack of airflow, over sized unit, not enough return air, too many closed registers, dirty filter, dirty squirrel cage blower and or air conditioner a-coil. If you get it started again sit and watch the unit run the flames should come on and stay on for the entire heating cycle, not going on and off.
I wish I could help you more but it is difficult without seeing the problem myself. Good luck! this should get you started!
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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