Question about Heating & Cooling
The only oil ports that you will need to worry about will be on the the indoor blower motor. Depending on the model version, you might have sealed bearings or oilable bearings. Best way to find out is to take the door off where the blower is. Make sure the unit is unplugged ao locked out please. You do not want anyone turning the fan on when your hands are inside the unit at this point. Then get a mirror and follow the outside edge of the motor all the way around. Usually you will have aq red or yellow plug where you oil the bearings, but they might have fallen out over time. Also look for little holes anywhere around the end of the casing. These are the oil points. If you do find them, make sure you use a light oil, something like 3 in one oil. Only use about 5 or 6 drops. A little goes a long way. If you find them on the outside where it's more visible, they will be on the inside where the squirrel cage is, so you'll need a flashlight and a mirror to locate the inner bearings. If they are not on the outside, you have sealed bearing and you don't need to worry about it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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