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Thread: Condenser fan motor replacement

  1. #41
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    But he stated they even used a OEM motor.

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    IF that's the case.....AND it was wired properly, there could be an issue with the interconnecting wiring within the unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    I would wire it exactly as the diagram shows.
    We did that with three different motors it does not work

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    And that's why I hate Dork 🤣

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    Another possibility, while rare, is that the unit wiring diagram is not actually correct for that unit.

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    I had a fan ran wrong rotation. It’s ohmed out fine. Found one of the wires got pinched. Corrected it and the fan ran in correct rotation again.

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    Sounds like u have a shorted fan wire in the condenser fan area.

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    I would replace both fans , both caps on their own caps

    Im betting the other fan is bad somehow ... because the problem arises when that one kicks in

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