Question about Heating & Cooling
Did you replace the fan blade or the fan motor? If you replaced the fan blade, is it exactly the same blade as the old one? If it has more blades, or wider blades, or if the blades are at a different pitch than the original, it is capable of moving a greater amount of air, but the old fan motor is not big enough in Horsepower to do the extra work. Thus, you should change the blade again to one that is exactly the same as the old one. If it is a window unit, you could try running the fan on a lower speed and it might work.If you replaced the fan motor, you must check to make sure that the new motor is exactly the same as the old one. You also could have it wired wrong, so you must check that also.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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