FAQ for AC fan motor

What is a Enthusiast Motor & What Does it Do?
The purpose of your air conditioner's condenser fan motor is to keep the compressor from overheating. Its work is to cool the superheated refrigerant that moves through the condenser coils of your Air conditioner, which helps to cool your home.
How does an AC motor function?
Unlike in a DC electric motor, where you send capacity to the inner rotor, within an AC engine you send capacity to the external coils that define the stator. The coils are energized in pairs, in sequence, making a magnetic field that rotates around the exterior of the motor.
How long really does an AC fan motor last?
Usually, you may expect your air-con system to last from 10-15 years - in other words, the life of your vehicle. The AC program is a sealed device, and very little can fail.
What would cause a fan to avoid working?
Check the Fan Fuse
Just like the circuit breakers in your house, these fuses are made to break the electrical connection when an excessive amount of electricity causes your fan to overheat. When the fuse melts, it breaks the bond and cuts capacity to the enthusiast. Examine the cord and the within of your fan for this fuse.
How do you maintain an AC enthusiast motor?
Remove and renew grease in ball or roller bearing.
Test insulation.
Remove magnetic dirt that may be attached to poles.
Check clearance between shaft and journal boxes of sleeve bearing motors.
Check the commutator intended for smoothness and slot damage.
Examine connections of commutator and armature coils.

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