Question about Ruud Handler Air Conditioner
Check your circuit breaker for the indoor fan. If that is ok try turning the indoor fan by hand to see if it rotates freely. If it doesn't it probably needs to be replaced. If that's ok then check the capacitor for the indoor fan. It is probably attached to the fan. You can check it with a multimeter with the capacitor check function or take it to a heating and air supply and they can check it. Also check the fan motor windings. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter to the common leg and the other to the start leg. Check the reading remove the lead from the start leg and connect it to the run leg and see what it reads. Common to start should be higher than common to run. If either indicates an open winding then the motor needs to be replace. Some motors have more than one speed. High speed is usually used for A/C.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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