Question about Weather King 10AJA3001AH Air Conditioner
Hi not know if you are talking of the indoor blower or outdoor condenser fan motor, on either one you need to check the run capacitor first. On the indoor unit it is located right next to the motor. Small, about 5" tall, and 3" wide with 2 to 3 wires coming out the top. Check to see if it has oil leaking from it, see if it is swollen and deformed looking, if so, its faulty. You will need to remove it noting how the wires go, and take it to a appliance parts house to get a new one. If it looks ok, feel of the motor to see if it is hot. Be careful not to burn yourself. Shut off power and see if you can spin it by hand. If it is real hot or hard to spin, the motor is faulty. You will need to have it replaced, or if you are able, you can try to do this yourself. I would have it done. More then likely, the motor is bad.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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