Question about Haier Heating & Cooling
It probably needs a capacitor. If you have a voltmeter that will check microfarad, you can check it. You did not say what size unit you have. But the fan is likely a 5 MFD It will say on the old one. The old one probably has 3 terminals on the top and is a cylinder. The top will be marked C, Herm and fan. You can buy a 5 mfd capacitor for about 10 bucks. Run a wire from the C side of the old capacitor to one side of the new one. Remove wires from the fan side of the old one and put on the other side of the new one. Be sure you secure the new one in a place where it cannot short out. Most of the time this can be accomplished with a wire strap.
As always be sure to disconnect the power before servicing. Also disconnect the power on the furnace. This will prevent any damage from occurring to the inside unit.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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