Question about Heating & Cooling
Turn off the power to the air handler(indoor unit). Remove the access panel. From the motor,trace the wires back to the fan relay. One wire will probably trace back to the incoming power terminal. The other is the fan relay. It could be intermittent thermostat signal to the relay or a bad relay.
To verify if the fan motor is good,you can remove the one wire from the relay and re-attach it to the other side of the incoming power terminal. If it runs OK there,replace the relay. If it does not run,replace the blower motor.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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