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What would cause the air handler blower motor to shut off and smell like burning wires coming out of the vents and is there a solenoid that might cause this?

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2005-11-09 12:24:37
2005-11-09 12:24:37

Your blower motor is burned up. You need to get it replaced. Cost of motor, depending make and model and geographic location is approx 85.00 -100.00 figure roughly 2 hours for labor.

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