AIR CONDITIONER, HORIZONTAL, COMPACT
EVAPORATOR FAN, MOTOR, AND HOUSING CLEAN ING, INSPECTION, TESTING, REMOVAL, ASSEMBLY,
Lock Washers (18)
Resilient Mounts (2)
Insulation, Appendix F, Figure F-25 (Part B)
Refrigeration Unit Service Tool Kit, WP 0000 00, Item
Rags, Appendix E, Item 13
Adhesive Remover, Appendix E, Item 16
Adhesive, Appendix E, Item 2
Evaporator Fan Motor
Evaporator Fan Impeller
Evaporator Centrifugal Housing
Remove Condensate Drain Tubing (WP 0027 00)
Evaporator Fan Inlet Ring
Self-locking Nuts (20)
Wipe all dust or dirt from the fan, motor, and housing.
1. Check that all parts are properly placed and in good condition.
2. Inspect the fan for damaged or bent blades and check the motor for signs of overheating. Check all
mounting hardware for tightness.
3. Disconnect the P3 motor connector plug and check for loose, damaged, or missing pins.
4. Inspect the fan's housing for damage and for missing or defective hardware.
1. The motor is capable of operating at two speeds; therefore, there are two sets of field coils.
C, D and E, and E and F. Continuity should exist. If continuity does not exist, allow the motor to
cool and retest. If continuity continues to not exist, replace the motor.
3. Check the continuity at P3 from pin G to pins A, B, C, D, E, and F. Continuity should not exist. If
continuity does exist, replace the motor.