Question about Heating & Cooling
The snow flake blinking usually is an indicator of a delay to prevent short cycling of the condensing unit. Wait for the snow flake to stop blinking, then the unit should start running.
Posted on Jun 06, 2014
If the fan of your Air Conditioner does not blow, it might caused by bad fan motor or fan wire/switch may not be connected properly. There are several ways on how to check this issue, either you check if the fan motor is already burned out or just check to make sure that the breakers for the furnace/air handler and the air conditioner are on. Here are some steps that you may apply on this issue.
1. Check the breaker. If the breaker is tripped, please reset it by shutting it off and then turning it back on. If it's still tripped, you need to check the wiring in the furnace/air handler for signs of damage.
2. If the breaker is not tripped, then the problem may be your thermostat, the furnace/air handler control board, or the wires between the furnace/air handler and the thermostat.
3. Also please check the contractor. Contractor is a type of switch located in the outdoor unit. Please check if it is "pulled in". If it is pulled in and the motor doesn't spin, you need to replace the motor.
Please leave the power off until the unit is repaired.
Hope it helps.
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