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Blower motor not running

I checked the voltage going out to the blower on the 7 wires exposed from the connectors. This is on an AE30-10. they are 7,7,7,7,7,7,32 vac. does this point to the control board or the electronic cap on the motor?

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  • joseph3333 Jun 15, 2008

    well, the source voltage goes down to the blower from a different route. Ofcourse, it is saturday, and cant get the part. The 120 goes directly to the cap "hub" on the motor. the control voltages are what I stated. I dont know what they are supposed to be, and so have this dilema. Yet, the simple trouble shooting steps from the "helpful" tech manual said to ck the voltages on o,c,w,r etc. but the above is the same. I dont know what they are supposed to be at "normal". There are 2 relays on the "hub" that i would think have gotten damaged. otherwise, the control board just looks like simple "connection" points.


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This would point to the control power board. Even if the cap was bad your source voltage should still be line which I assume is 120vac in this case.

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