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I have a goodman 5 ton ac unit. Everything seems to be running except the blower fan motor. The motor seems to be pulsating like the voltage is pulsating. Any idea what may cause this?

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Without more info I am guessing you have an air flow problem.ckeck filter and return air duct

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