Condenser Fan Motors:

Here I diagnose a walk in freezer that was not cooling properly. After observing the symptoms it was clear pretty immediately that it had a failed condenser fan motor. We then go through the process of installing a new universal dual voltage replacement motor.

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16 thoughts on “How To Diagnose & Replace a Bad Condenser Fan Motor on a Walk In Freezer or Cooler

  1. Jack Sak says:

    Ben, was this work part of your professional job? If so, I'd like to see other work you do on jobs. Also, as a licensed plumber, how often do you work with mechanical and electrical devices? By the way, I know you're thinking of getting your electrician's certificate. Thank you.

  2. Aaron says:

    Reminds me of replacing the fan motor in my furnace. I took it all apart and had to take out the squirrel cage. It was a sweltering hot day in late July, and the house was like 86 degrees. After I got it all put back together it is a massive relief of nice cool air coming from the vents and the house cooled down nicely within 2 hours.

  3. Word of Advice TV says:

    Nice video Ben!! Videos of live repairs are always fun to watch! I really liked the voiceover that you added after the fact. The extra explanations accompanied the video nicely! I'm learning things from you lol

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