Question about Heating & Cooling
My centrail air has the same problem. I was able to locate the blower but told if the unit has a capacitor, contact a professional. Mine has a small capacitor attached to the front of the unit. I wonder turning off electric power at the circuit breaker still isn't safe to oil? Could anyone provide some safety tips before I attempt to oil the blower? Thanks
All new blowers are sealed units you really can not oil them. By the time they start howling it is to late. Now some evap motros inside have two small plastic plugs on the motor. The outside one is easy to oil the inside one is blocked by the fan. Very hard to get to without pulling the fan. My suggestion calla service tech and ask for free estimate on motor service or replacement.Russ
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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