Question about Heating & Cooling
First - you should be very careful when checking for 'power' with a ohm meter. I'm assuming you are pretty mechanical inclined (if you changed the motor yourself), but - just be sure to 'never' put an ohm meter (set on ohms) across power.
That being said - if you (indeed) have no power coming out of the circuit board - I would check and see if you have power 'into' the board - and generally speaking if you have power to the board but not out to your motor leads you are probably safe to assume the board is bad but not in all cases.
NOTE: Since your motor caught fire - I'm not sure I wouldn't have a "Service Tech" take a look at your problem and the entire unit just to make sure 'everything' is ok.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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