No air from Lennox A/C

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No air from Lennox A/C

Good morning I'm new to this forum and I hope I'm doing this correctly, I currently have a Lennox a/c unit. The fan is spinning when I turn the unit on, but no air is coming through the vent ducts. Any ideas on what this may sound like the problem may be? Any help or ideas to try will be appreciated
 
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Is this something that just happened or has it slowly decreased.
 
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Old 06-22-15, 06:15 AM
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Check all breakers first. Also there may be a reset button on the unit, not sure about Lennox, but my Mom's ac unit has one that trips occasionally. Age of the unit may be helpful for the ac pros here.
 
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Old 06-22-15, 06:17 AM
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Sorry, read that post wrong. So your outside unit is running but the air handler fan is not? Still check breakers, but possible you've had the fan motor crap out. When the unit runs are the refrigerant lines hot/cold?

When our ac pros wake up they'll provide more in-depth ideas.
 
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The fan is spinning but not blowing any air cold or hot!!
 
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Old 06-22-15, 07:30 AM
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There is a fan on the outside compressor unit. Then there is a blower inside the house in the furnace or air handler. If you are not getting any airflow inside the house then you need to check the blower.

Depending on where the unit is the blower is usually behind the lower acess panel. You'll need to turn power off to the air handler and see if motor spins freely.
 
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Which fan is spinning ? inside fan or outside fan ? or both ?
 
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