Coleman Heat Pump/ac-air Doesn't Blow

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Old 04-28-07, 08:26 PM
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Question Coleman Heat Pump/ac-air Doesn't Blow

My Coleman Heat Pump/ac Is 4 Years Old. The Fan Outside The House Turns On And The Furnace/ac Inside The House Turns On But Blower Does Not Blow Out Any Air? What Are The Possible Problems?? Help!
 
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Old 04-28-07, 08:32 PM
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check these items

Dirty filter? Is the cooling coil iced up? Is the blower motor running? Has the blower wheel come apart or perhaps come loose on the blower motor shaft?
 
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Old 04-30-07, 03:27 PM
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Inside blower is capacitor ok blower relay ok. With the door off the blower call for fan on and give the blower wheel a push if it run then you need a capacitor
 
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I Tried What Moderator Ed Imeduc Suggested. The Blower Still Will Not Run With Door Off, Switch On Fan - Nothing. I Am Thinking Of Removing The Whole Blower (don't Know How) And Just Trying To Replace It With A New One. Can I Be Sure That The Problem Is Not With A Relay Switch, Thermostat Or Something Else Electrical?
Can Someone Instruct Me On Removing Blower Fan Unit? Thanks
 
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Old 05-08-07, 07:26 PM
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In cooling mode the furnace inside means that the indoor fan comes on.

The indoor unit has power because it is what tells the outdoor unit to start.

Do you have a multimeter and know how to use it.

The fact that you just want to change the blower , but don't know how, makes me think of residential techs who change parts until they find the right one.

Turn everything off. Wait an hour or so put the fan switch on the tstat to on. Don't turn on cooling. If the fan starts then it's in the stat. if it doesn't wait ten minutes or so, turn off power and feel the fan motor. Hot would mean cap or motor.

My last question is again how much do you know with respect to how far I can explain for you to go in findinding the root problem.

Chris
 
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