AC Condenser Fan Motor Repair
If you suspect the condenser fan motor on your air conditioner or heat pump has failed in the Orlando area, there are a few steps you can take as a homeowner to determine if that is the case. If the compressor turns on but the fan won't spin, there is a good chance that your condenser fan has failed. With the system turned off, you can attempt to manually spin the fan. If the blade does not turn smoothly, the motor has locked and will need to be replaced. Because the electrical windings and bearings in the motor are in near constant use in Florida, they will fail at some point. If the motor has not locked, there may be an electrical issue that involves relays, capacitors or a low ambient control. If these are elements are in working order, the condenser fan motor likely failed due to an electrical short. Although your air conditioner will not cool, there is no need to fret. Melco HVAC Services of Orlando can have the condenser fan motor repair on your air conditioner or heat pump the same day. Our service vehicles are fully stocked with universal motors or we can often replace with an OEM motor the same day as well. Although most condenser fan motors are single speed, many of the new, efficient air conditioners and heat pumps have ECM condenser motors. The air conditioning experts at Melco HVAC Services of Orlando will ensure proper replacement parts for any AC repair in Orlando.