Question about Heating & Cooling
Nothing is wrong with you fans .The fan is hook up on a pressure switch so when compressor pressure reach a certain pressure the fan would run and when pressure drop the fan would shut off.
Posted on Jul 22, 2017
Sounds like you need a motor. You say "fans", is there two?
Posted on Jul 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I want you to try a couple of things for me if you will. Go to the thermostat and remove the cover. Now if you have a small bladed screw driver, loosen all the screw on this next section and remove it. Turn off power to the unit, if it is a split system, turn off the indoor unit. Once you remove this section which is the thermostat you will see the subbase and wiring. Take the red wire loose and off of the terminal. You may have a red jumper wire going from RH to RC. Remove the red wire coming into the stat at either point. Give it a minute and see if the fan stops now. If it does, you will need to replace the stat. If not, depending on the age of your unit, if your high limit/fan control tripped, that will be the problem. Some units have a fan control combination high limit that trips causing the fan to run all the time. You need to take a look at your heater section at the front of it to see what kind you have. If it is a combination fan/limit. it will be inserted into the fire box. It is square looking box with a cover on it some with a auto/ manual button on them Sometimes the contats will stick causing the fan to run. They can be removed with power off and cleaned up. They will have a dial with a temperature reading on them which tells the fan to come on when it reaches this set-point and off when it cools down. It may have stuck closed. Check what I have told you with the stat, and this and let me know the age of heater and if it is a split system Trane with a remote condenser and furnace located somewhere else. Get back to me on this.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
I hate to say this but it sounds to me like you need a professional. You may hear some other advice but it's not safe for anyone to work on the outside compressor unless they really know what they're messing with. The fire and death by electrocution risk is very real.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
My TRANE XT 300C wont turn blow any hot air. If I turn on the FAN it will kick on, but when I adj the temp, it shuts off. Any ideas?
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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