Central unit not working


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Old 07-12-08, 09:13 AM
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Central unit not working

I am trying to find a replacement motor for my unit, its a GE motor, mod. 5KCP39BG V. 208-230 1PH Amps .75 HP. 1/10 CAP. 5.00/370 Rpm. 1100 Equip MFRS #HC33GE232A thats all the info off of the motor when I turn the AC on the motor doesnt come on so I am assuming its the motor any one know where I can find a replacement from.
 
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Old 07-12-08, 09:48 AM
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This might work, don't know your rotation.
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/4UY86

What is the model, serial number of your unit?

MAnufacturer?
 
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Old 07-14-08, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarredsdad
This might work, don't know your rotation.
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/4UY86

What is the model, serial number of your unit?

MAnufacturer?
my model number is 38TKB0310, serial number is 2793E09989, and its a Carrier
 
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Old 07-14-08, 05:19 PM
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Model is incorrect. 38TKB0**310 missing numbers there.

But being a 1993 unit I may not get full spec at carrier site.

Take your old one to a supply house and match it. HP, volts, RPM (very important), amps (important). Might find a reversible universal, 50/50 shot on rotation.
 
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Originally Posted by Jarredsdad
Model is incorrect. 38TKB0**310 missing numbers there.

But being a 1993 unit I may not get full spec at carrier site.

Take your old one to a supply house and match it. HP, volts, RPM (very important), amps (important). Might find a reversible universal, 50/50 shot on rotation.
SORRY, THE MODEL NUMBER IS 38TKB030310,AIR COMES FROM THE VENTS BUT THE AIR IS NOT COOL BUT THE FAN ON THE UNIT OUTSIDE DOESN'T COME ON, HOW DO I KNOW IF ITS THE FAN MOTOR OR THE COMPRESSOR
 
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Old 07-14-08, 08:06 PM
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Did you hear the comp. running without the fan? Happen to feel what the lines were like temp wise? As you might know, running the comp. sans fan would not be a good idea.
 
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Originally Posted by Codyy
Did you hear the comp. running without the fan? Happen to feel what the lines were like temp wise? As you might know, running the comp. sans fan would not be a good idea.
No I didn,t hear the comp. running
 
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You started out looking for a fan motor. Here are the part numbers for what I would change here if the motor were really failed.

26 P291-4553RS CAPACITOR-DUAL
40 HC33GE233 MOTOR-FAN
41 LA01RA015 BLADE-FAN

Is the compressor coming on? And not the fan?

If you kill power inside and out, wait 5 minutes and turn system on (with a person outside at outdoor unit) the compressor will be heard running without the fan. If nothing runs, time for service call.

Bill of materials shows compressor time delay, which could be bad keeping everything off.

BOM also shows Motor Master which controls outdoor fan, which could also be bed.

Service Call.
 
 

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