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Fan is not runinig

Hi, my a/c has about 3 years, this season i tried to turn on the a/c but is not cooling the air. next day i notice fan is not running. i haerd like a sound where all the cables at but the fan is not turning. is clean i sand the connectors etc, etc what i should do?

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Check the fan motor. make sure that it spins freely and the shaft doesn't wiggle side to side (in and out wiggle is ok) after that check the run capacitor for the motor. It takes a special tool to check a capacitor you might need to call an a/c service to do this for you. also check fuses and circuit breakers, sometimes only one fuse will trip and not the other

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