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AmcorAire Duo. Compressor runs, but fan will not. system shuts off after a rew minutes (overheating coils?). Has the fan burned out or is there a relay that needs to be re-set?

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There is a solid state fan capacitor for your system, I would change that part first.
We stock a complete line of parts for Amcor Mini Split Systems.
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201-266-8234 option 2

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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