HVAC blower

i have an outdoor ac unit and a furnace in my basement. Now excuse my ignorance because I'm clueless about this stuff but I tried to turn the ac on for the first time of the year and it wasn't working properly no air coming out of vents. I went outside and checked the ac unit seems to be running correctly. I turn the Tstat fan function from auto to on and it still is not blowing. I even tried turning the heat on and furnace kicked on but still no air thru the vents. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
  7 answers
  • Patty Patty on May 11, 2015
    Sounds like you have a control issue which will require a technician to fix.
  • Cornelia Schott Cornelia Schott on May 11, 2015
    could be a circuit board failure which will require a technician.
  • Jenifer Edenburn-Finzel Jenifer Edenburn-Finzel on May 11, 2015
    Check your filter too, if you can't see light through it, then air cannot get through either
  • Matthew Matthew on May 11, 2015
    Sounds like you have a bad run capacitor. But it is best to get a qualified HVAC TECH to check it. Safety First.
  • Linda Parrish Linda Parrish on May 11, 2015
    I had this problem with my unit last winter, as it turned out it was the inside blower motor that was not working. According to my very highly trusted HVAC guy, the bearings gave out and I needed a new motor. It cost close to 300 dollars to replace the motor with a new one. It could also be yo P-38 relay, but I would suggest you call your favorite HVAC technician and ham him look at your unit.
  • Jhunt10 Jhunt10 on May 11, 2015
    Either a capacitor or blower fan. Prolly fan because the capacitor doesn't keep fan from working.
  • Lyette Lyette on May 11, 2015
    Fan motor, we just had this problem. It acts like it is working but no cold air coming out of the vents. Usually a 5 yr warranty on motors.
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