Question about Ruud Air Conditioners
First check that you didn't drop a leg from your power service.
If there's power to the fan and it's humming like it's trying to turn, then you could have a bad fan or bad start capacitor. Pull the disconnect and check to see that the fan spins freely and does not wobble on its axis, if so, the fan is most likely ok. Replace the start capacitor.
If there is no power going to the fan, then there are several different ways to go. Check the fan first.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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