Question about Heating & Cooling
Your problem is 'very little air' across the coil and assuming you've cleaned the cooling coil - then the problem has to be with your fan motor. It must be breaking down (the motor is shorted) and running at a vastly reduced speed (which I seen them do before).
In which case you'll need to replace it - either yourself or have it replaced by a Service Tech.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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are you saying the outdoor unit does run, then shuts off?
if not, there may be fuses in the disconnect
if so, it may be going out on low pressure, possibly high pressure....clean all coils, filter, blower wheel, inspect coil if possible
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