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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ITS NOT EASY. YOU NEED A LONG SET OF ALLENS TO LOOSEN BLOWER WHEELS. THIS IS A DUEL SHAFT MOTOR , BACK COIL NEEDS TO BE PULLED AWAY FROM MOUNT WITHOUT BENDING COPPER. MOTOR BOLTS 3 OF THEM HAVE TO BE REMOVED AND WHEN BOTH BLOWERS ARE REMOVED AND WIRES REMOVED THEN IT CAN BE REMOVED . THE PROBLEM IS THAT THE NEW MOTOR IF IT IS NOT FROM DUO THERM YOU WILL HAVE TO CUT SHAFT TO RIGHT SIZE AND WIRES MAY NOT BE SAME COLOR. IF IT IS SAME MOTOR FROM DUO THERM YOU CAN CUT WIRES AT OLD MOTOR AND WIRE NUT THEM COLOR BY COLOR.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Can you give us some more helpful information-- so we can help diagnose the problem:
Like-- what is the outside temperature?--
Have you been able to get heat out of your heat pump before, at this low of an outside temperature?
And which fan are you talking about-- the inside fan, or the outside fan?
Is the inside coil getting nice and warm-- or just barely warm?
and is there frost on the outside coil-- Can you defrost it, but shutting the unit off until the ice is cleared?
Let us know, and we'll better be able to help you to the next step.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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