Question about Heating & Cooling
Before you buy a new condensor fan motor check the contacts to the motor are not worn or pitted.
Hold or push the contactor in by using an insulated screwdriver and see if the fan motor turns.
Also the start cap you bought? was it the correct one meaning mfd micrfarad?
If all the above checks out ok then you need a fan motor,you can wire the motor direct to check it also.
From what you describe it sounds like the fan motor is burnt up and worn out,not uncommon.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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