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Turn the unit upside down remove screws that hold the cover on over the beater brush. Remove the beater brush and replace the belt. One end will go on the one side or middle of the brush and the other to the motor pin. Replace cover and done.
the condenser needs cleaning or the cond fan motor is not running.... remove the front grill located on the bottom of unit next to floor, you can see the cond coils from there, you should also be able tell if the fan is running, it is located in the rear of unit,, remove the cover behind ref at bottom to access the cond fan motor....
need to know brand and model. which fan was replaced ( evap or cond ) . if evap fan it may be the door sw as some model only run fan wth door closed. if it's the cond (fan) motor then ck wiring at compressor . or borken wire. in or about the compresser area .. hope thes help . mm
I dont think you can change a gas furnace from horz/upflow to downdraft,the inducer motor would never prove the pressure switch, the drainpan would upside down,you can order a downdraft unit, i dont believe this unit is made for that
yes the pipe is the same size all the way through, if it is just humming and there is nothing blocking it, the motor could be going bad and doesn't have the power to turn the pump,, did you check to see if the shaft could be bent> like as if a rock may have gotten stuck but broke loose before you took it apart
I have an '04 with approx. 79000 miles; the blower is going out on mine too. The motor is probably burned out and you will need to replace it. It's about $90 for the part. Kind of a pain to change; I changed the blower motor on my 97 'prix and I had to lay upside down on the passenger seat and work on it upside down. Other than a little physically uncomforable, not too hard to do.
Hmm It's passable that the condenser fan motor is not spinning at speed or is running for a period of time and over heating and the Condenser fan motors internal overload protection trips and takes it of line shortly thereafter, of course, the compressor internal overload trips and takes it of line. Spraying with the water hose sped up the cool down on the internal overloads but I'm afraid it probably didn't do much to help the original problem. You could try replacing the Fan condensing motor capacitor-(it's listed on the side of the motor if the capacitor cant be read) and oiling the motor if it has oil ports (2 small plugs located along the perimeter of each end of the motor). If the motor can be oiled and you replace the capacitor theres a fair chance you might get by another year without replacing the condenser fan motor. Charged capacitors pack a nasty jolt so be careful, hope this was helpful, GL! P.S. If it is the cond. fan motor and you replace it be sure you get a sealed outdoor rated cond. fan motor and the appropriate rain guards are installed.