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Variable speed fan motor for carrier ahu model # fe4anfoo2

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  • ill do it Apr 27, 2008

    cant find the solution is it ti call carrier?

  • ill do it Apr 27, 2008

    to call carrier

  • ill do it Apr 27, 2008

    i dont need a motor as yet i need to trouble shoot it first

  • ill do it Apr 27, 2008

    i need to trouble shoot the variable speed controls. module on motor or control board in control box in ahu.are there certain things to do to test the system without having elaborate equipment on hand. carrier trane tempstar lennox they all have veriable speed motors are they all the same?

  • ill do it Apr 27, 2008

    i checked the system its ok.its a carrier infinity system r410a. outside air temp all are ok the motor runs on startup it must give up after running awhile i get a call it stopped running at night. thanks

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How do i adjust the control do i set on 69 or want so my room can be nice and cool i do not no how to set it.

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    Ginko Apr 27, 2008

    Sorry, here is the right link http://carrierrepairs.org.uk" target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >Carrier Air Conditioning replacement parts

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    If you let me know your location I can find more contacts

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    Ginko Apr 27, 2008

    Ok, what is the problem is the motor is slowing and speeding without reaching temperature? Or is dead?
    The motor starts and shut down itself, this can be normal if your conditioner keeps programmed temperature.
    If it starts and stop or display weird behavior (but you hear it is working) and do not reach temperature then usually it is either thermostate or control board.


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    Ginko Apr 27, 2008

    If you notice that thermostate is turning conditioner on and off every minute , for example, it can also be due to external heating condition. If it is ir conditioners running into a small space, or is near to an heating source (owen etc), it tends to cycle more rapidly. Try
    to direct the airflow away from the intake so that no cold air reenters
    the unit. This will allow more cooling before the thermostat cycles.

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