Question about Heating & Cooling
One of two things first you may have a motor capacitor going out. This capacitor is what gets the fan up to speed and keeps it there. If this capacitor is out the fan starts slowly and may never reach operating speed. However, you state the motor makes a lot of noise so that leads me to believe that either the strator is going out or the bearings are about to burn out, I would suggest the replacement of the motor and the capacitor due to the symptoms you are describing. Good luck on your repairs Hope this helped some
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Right on the money, the capacitor and motor bearing were shot."
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