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Im looking for a parts list and manual for an american standard system as well as an indoor blower motor. model # wcc030f100bb

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Instead of looking for an OEM motor which can cost an insane amount of money...

try taking the information off the motor itself and taking it to a part supply house or motor shop. i.e. an 875RPM 1/4 HP 208 V 1 PH motor with a 1/2" shaft.

Maybe taking the motor itself to the parts house or motor shop will get you further than internet searching a blower motor part number. These systems are designed so that universal parts can be put back in least most of them.

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Heat works until thermostat calls for aux heat, then blower shuts off with outside unit still running.

Some blowers shut off depending on the system. Do you have electric hest strips inside? If not the blower will shut off. The outdoor fan should not be running if in defrost mode. If you have heat strips then you likely have low voltage wiring crossed

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Looks like the automatic climate control uses a five pin blower motor resistor or controller. I would guess that the parts store has supplied you with a three or four pin that is for the manual HVAC.

The auto HVAC blower control module looks like a dealer part only. I show a part number 19E624 and it look like it retails for about $250. airjer995_35.jpg

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American Standard Furnace TUD 100948A0 It seems that blower turns on then the pilot glows orange then the main jets ignite but after about a second or two the main jets turn off and the fan stays on. Then...

Probably just a sensor, is your induced draft blower motor operating properly, and pressure sensor attatched functing properly(volt meter test), im positive it keeps going to "Lockout Mode" a safety function. but now to figure out what part of the cycle is tripping up the cycle.

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I have error codes flashing on my is an american standard model the manual for the therm. has ACOT900AC43UA on front..says to find addedum 18-HD32D2-1/69-2009 for codes i cannot find it...

Error codes from American Standard Pub 18-HD32D2-8, which is a one-sheet document that came with my American Standard air-conditioner:

29 = not listed

129 = not listed

80 = HPCO Fault - problem is in outdoor unit - Desscription: High Pressure Monitor Fault (hard lock out, cycle power to reset)

91 = Communication Inactive Fault - problem is in air handler - Descriptions - COMM Bit Master Clock Error, COMM Heat/Cool Demand Error, Serial Motor Communication Inactive Error

91 = Communication Fault - problem is in furnace - Descriptions: Blower motor no COMM response, Inducer motor no COMM response, Loss of heat/cool demand, Loss of clock signal

91 = Communication Fault - problem is in outdoor unit - Descriptions: Loss of Heat/Cool Demand Message (COMM), Loss of Bit Master (Clock Signal)

91 = Communication Fault - Description: Comm line is dead and no bits have been received.

By the way, I do not recommend American Standard. I've had mine 14 months and it just blew up - the entire control panel blew. My advice to you - think about a different brand.

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Blower turns off after outside unit starts up??

If this is a standard split system, the indoor blower should not shut off after the system starts, it should only shut down after the room has reached the set temperature.
Since the blower seems to be starting, when the outdoor unit does, "correct?", the control system seems to be working properly, so the next step is to look at the motor itself, it sounds like it is getting hot and shutting off. This can be verified by waiting for it to shut off, turn off the power and then carefully feel the motor. If it is very hot, you have a bad motor, or a loose wire to the motor, also a bad capacitor can cause problems also, but in my experience, if it is a bad capacitor, the motor will not start at all.
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Good old American Standard. It is very easy, you can only tip the furnace to the right because if you look at the exhaust blower housing, there is a rubber plug at the 6 o'clock position and 9 o'clock position. All fittings from the 6 o'clock position will need to be put into the 9 o'clock. Confused? There is also a white box in the room air blower compartment that will have to be relocated. This is a condensate collection box. You can pipe the condensate to a drain without this if needed. Make sure all condensate hoses are lower than the exhaust blower and draining away. You may ba able to find a manual on the Trane website, look under TUD040 models.

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My American Standard whirlpool pump will only hum.

The bearings (or bushings) of the pump or pump motor have siezed, these can be replaced on some models but for the most part you will need to replace the pump and/or pump motor. and as where to get parts, i would suggest the outlet from wich you purchased the unit or another appliance outlet. Or if you feel up to the challenge, im sure you could find replacement parts on the internet: google, ebay, etc.

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