Question about Samsung AW0803B Air Conditioner
Before you replace it, pull the cover off and see if you can get some WD-40 worked into the shaft bearings...spray the shaft at each end with the WD-40 and then spin the motor by hand with the power off...after a bit the shaft may loosen up and then you can plug it in and get it running...then lubricate the bearing by dropping a few drops of light motor oil where the shaft enters the motor....
If the motor spins freely but does not run then it will need to be replaced..this may cost more then your unit is worth...matching up a motor can be difficult but changing it really is often not that hard...if you can get the fan blades off easily...
Posted on May 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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