Question about Heating & Cooling
Fan motor cycles on/off never coming up to full speed
If the motor has a running capacitor check to see if it is bad. A split phase capacitor being bad will cause the motor to draw more electricity and result in the internal overload cycling the motor off. When it cools it will try again. Also check the motor for possible need of lubrication. This will be indicated by it not turning freely.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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