Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, depending on the age of the heat-pump and how often it has been serviced, sounds like it may be the bearings in the condenser fan motor. If its a split system, its on top of the out door unit, and the same if its a package unit. Listen close to see if this is it. Most motors have sealed bearings but some you can add oil. You can get a oiler at a hardware store in a plastic bottle with a long spout, but look at your motor on the edge of the top and bottom for small removable plugs. Some are chrome and others are colored plastic you can pull out with needle nose pliers to add a few drops to the bearings. If this is not where the problem is, get back to me.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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