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  1. #1
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    Aug 2009
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    heat pump problems

    have two heat pumps for the house. one is working fine. the other froze up a couple times. 1st time i let it thaw and turned it back on and it was frozen again in matter of hours. 2nd time i let it thaw it seemed to run fine for a few days. then i smelled what i think smells like a really hot iron. this happened twice. 1st time fan stayed running. 2nd time fan stopped running,but it didnt trip a breaker. condenser and fan housing were cold. i'm thinking the motor for the blower is bad and getting hot and that is what i am smelling. then it shuts itself down after getting to hot. any help is greatly appreciated. also if anyone knows what might be causing this do u have a ballpark figure of how much it will cost? thanks

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    Questions and discussions pertaining to HVAC for the home. No pricing, no DIY, please read Site Rules Thank you.

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  3. #3
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    Sep 2003
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    Time to call your pro

    Course there is no pricing here, but There are many items that can cause
    your problems, fixit or stop using it before there is more damage done.

    Everything made by man quits sooner or later!!

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