Question about Air Conditioners
Why the fan on my unit (outside) are not moving?
Make is Goodman model number CK36-1A
I know there is power coming to it because ai hear a humming sound I think coming from the compressor.
The fan inside blows air fine , but NOT cool air.
I was told that it might be the capacitator.
Is a way to make it start , like poking it with a stick?
Do you know the capacitator part number?
AC volts 208/330 Phase 1 Hertz 60
Voltage range min 197 max 253
Max Fuse amps or HACR circuit breaker 40
Compressor RLA 17.3 LRA 89.0
fan motor FLA 1.3 HP 1/6
Seriously you guys are silly. it is either the capacitor or the fan motor, period. you don't need to be a trained technician to know how to work on it; this is a myth. however, you need to respect the difference in danger between 120v and 240v components and recognize that more serious precautions are to be taken before working on these machines. at the very least, make the entire system electrically neutral by manually switching off at the outdoor breaker. then proceed with caution as those capacitors are big enough to hurt.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
NEVER POKE AT ANY PRODUCT on a heating and cooling system it need to be serviced by a trained tech that knows what is going on in the unit, poking around can cause death and at the least a large sum of money if you poke the wrong place
Posted on May 20, 2008
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