Furnace Blower Motor Diagnosis And Repair




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Murray Strauss: I really like this video. My issue is that blower wont come on when AC is on - either auto or fan. I switched the setting to heat and guess what. The blower came on - I switched the settings back to AC and it's running just fine. If I shut it off no blower fan. I do not have a volt meter so not sure how to test the safe-t-switch. Any thoughts?

Doug Koehler: I'd go for the run capacitor first. I wonder if an electrician would? Nah, he'd go for the big bucks. Thanks for this video. 

Reggie Stafford: Somebody please replace the battery in that smoke detector! ..... I hate to hear those things chirp!

Jesse Thorn: Awesome video. Really appreciate it. I just happen to have the exact same model furnace and I discovered that my motor wasn't turning, causing the heat to build up in the heat exchanger until it tripped the limit switch. Now I can probably verify if my suspicions were true. 

kosh2001: my furnace is 20 yrs old how hard will it be finding a replacement motor?

george gonzalez: Those are not resistors inside the motor, they are windings.

teesalmon: Blaise, Thx for your comments. You are correct that the capacitor is between the start and the run. So what I have labeled as "Start" is incorrect. The start is the 6.2 Ohm leg at the bottom. And yes if I measured from the capacitor lead going through the 6.2 ohm start winding to the black I should get 6.2+2.9=9.1 ohms. I am still confused and can not explain why I measured 73 ohms from the common to the other capacitor lead. You Tube marked some of you comments as SPAM, but I left the one PSC diagram with some text you provided. Thx for pointing this out. I did say in the video that I don't do this for a living (i.e. there are definitely people that know the content much better than I do).

boilermech: a faulty capacitor is usually the problem. and 90% of diyers wind up replacing both motor and cap. now all that money wasted and time. it pays to hire a pro. annual maintenance should be checking capacitors. if not find a new company.

Eugene Korsunsky: Thank you for the demonstration, your video was extremely educational considering you are not a pro. I hope this will help me out to troubleshoot and fix my system. Thank you again, five thumbs up :D.

Patrick Riley: Did you mention what type of furnace this was and what the part number of the motor was? I would appreciate knowing this info. Thank-you.....

brianminkc: you can't measure impedance with an ohm meter. Just resistance.

Angel Advntg: Thank you SO MUCH for your video. My Brother owns a large HVAC Company, and refuses to help me. With your & other videos, you've helped me save my furnace!

Cesar Fernandez: excellent job...simply the best!!!

harvey burrows: great video , lots of useful info.

Sridhar Sathya: Thanks; found it useful.

Linden Wong: I thought my smoke detector was going off inside my house but it was yours. Ha Ha

selva raja: knowalgble information, 

MissOseni: my furnace starts but is not blowing air. what are the chances this is what i need to do?

denclub1: Hi, thanks for your video. So if I can start motor with my hands this is mean I need new capacitor, right? I have 2 furnaces in my house and use only one for years. When cold storm hit us yesterday turn on my second and noticed no air blowing. Heater start working and shutdown after 30-60sec and blower never work even when ON position. I try to turn on blower with my hands and everything works but only until its off. Then same thing I need to turn blower with my hands. Bad capacitor?

johnny30806: Was the run capacitor on the original motor good or bad?

Deno Keller: Excellent Video !!! Thank You and GOD Bless

teesalmon: I love the comment about the smoke detector beep! You r so right, I tuned it out. I could not quit laughing. You have inspired me to replace the battery!!!

AlchemistLair: Excellent video!! I'm trying to track down why my Blower Motor is not starting and your video spells it out the best!!!! I'm with you on changing out that capacitor; might as well do it while your in there!

stanbod: Super!!! Thanks!

stephen kroswek: OMG change the battery in your smoke detector, I couldn't watch past the third .....beep....beep....beep
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