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Unit outside is not blowing but the blower im side is no cool air

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  • stephend26 Jul 05, 2008

    yeah i have the same problem i have not had it serviced i have it scheduled now but i would like to know if there's anything i can do until then

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I have a similar issue. I am going to check the condensor overflow switch (at the air handler) and will verify that the blower motor overload switch does not need to be reset.

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