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Unit turns on but fan does not work. When we turn unit on, it makes a low "whirring" sound, but no air comes out of unit.

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Try turning fan by hand. If it turns easy, replace fan capacitor.
If hard to turn, replace motor.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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