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Fan is not working, dampers are adjusting but the fan does not seem to operate off of local switch or remote switches.

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  • luke_ricky Oct 07, 2010

    The unit is a vanee 190h with bronze control.

  • luke_ricky Oct 07, 2010

    The fan is free to turn (not seized), but does not operate. Is the motor the likely source or could it be the circuit board?

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Need to know the make / model of the unit and I can help!

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Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 07, 2010

    So is this fan working at all or no? You say it doesnt work off a local or remote switch... so that to me would mean it doesn't work at all, correct? Sounds like the motor of the fan has failed for sure. Most of the time it is much easier and even less expensive to just replace the fan.

    Thanks
    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 07, 2010

    Ah ok you are correct, if the motor is not seized up, should have had you check that, then it is the circuit board of the fan. Sorry about the confusion there, was reading multiple things at once and thought for some reason you had checked the motor.

    Thanks, definitely the board in your case, please accept my apologies.

    Tim

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