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My house is hot. I got a square thing outside I think is part of the A/C system. It's making a whiz-bang-boom sound. Could this be my problem? Can I fix it myself? I don't want to spend alot (anything). The unit is only 487 years old. Help!
 

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wiz bang boom...

actually;the armature sproket is causing interference, which in turn causes the combustion line to interfer with the flow of the dyna-flow:thumbsup:
 

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Adjust it until it goes zip when it starts, and pop when it stops, and whirllll when it stands still:yes:

This is actually the description for failure that I wrote for the first failed Honeywell electronic thermostat I replaced for warranty. No questions were ever asked.
 

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Yes Sir that is correct, Just leave the signed blank check on the counter and I'll have ya fixed up in no time! :shifty:
 

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Are the wires to the fan motor supposed to be wrapped around the motor shaft?:laughing:
Sure. Perpetual motion occurs as the turning of the shaft creates a magnetic field which produces electricity which runs the moter which turns the shaft which creates a magnetic fie.........
 

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Sure. Perpetual motion occurs as the turning of the shaft creates a magnetic field which produces electricity which runs the moter which turns the shaft which creates a magnetic fie.........
Cool and I thought perpetual motion was a myth.:laughing:
 
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