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Remove the front cover of the window unit to access the model number location.

Yesterday I went to my sisters house. Her ac's fan was not on. I took some side cutters and make a hole big enough to reach inside and turn the condenser fan on the back side of the unit. I added some HVAC oil to the motor. Don't know how long it is gonna work but it is working now.need new fan motor comp works where can i get - ca02c58.jpg


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