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Re: Motor Issues ()

Mark Mandell - Gone Round In New Jersey
Since you have a TEFC motor, I'd suggest to unplug it, remove the fan shroud and the fan, then blow out the centrifugal switch. If that's clogged with dust, it prevents the power from going to the run coil. I had a similar issue with an AC TEFC motor and the cleaning fixed the issue. Again, my experience is with AC rather than DC motors.

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