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Why would the fan motor be burning up on zonline air conditioner, model #AZ58H09DACM1. Only 3 months old.3 different ones in a year

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From my past experience, if this is a wall zoneline, it may not be tilted back enough for the water to drain and it is shorting the motor out because of too much water being slung around in the unit while running.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

Testimonial: "that may have been the reason for one of the units because it was just cleaned out and it wasnt dry all the way. but the other 2 werent wet"

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