Question about Goodman GPC1342H21A Air Conditioner
Hi, this fan is the condenser fan motor. The motor has probably failed, bearings or open windings, You can check the capacitor to see if it is faulty, leaking any oil, swollen like its ready to burst. If so, change it out. When the condenser fan motor fails, always replace the run capacitor with it, it must be changed with the new motor. You can remove the fan guard on top after the unit has been running, and the motor body should be very hot. With the power off, turn the blade to see how it turns, if the bearings are frozen or its tight you will no. You will have to buy one at a appliance parts house or if you know a contractor, they can get one at cost for you at a a/c parts house. These motors go out a lot as they work hard in the heat. When we get our first heat wave here, this is what we do first is start getting lots of calls to replace these motors. Check these things and let me know.
Shastalaker7, A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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