How do I reset my blower motor?
- Turn off the power to the furnace at the circuit breaker. The circuit breaker is clearly marked.
- Lift up the blower compartment cover to access the blower wheel and blower motor.
- Look for a small red or yellow button on the side of the blower motor.
- Press the reset button down if it has popped up.
People also ask, where is the blower motor reset button?
Examine the exposed components in the furnace cabinet to locate the blower motor; look for a small silver box positioned toward the top of the cabinet. Mounted just above this box you should see a small round component with a raised red or white button at the center; this is the blower reset switch.
Subsequently, question is, how do I know if my blower motor is bad? Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Heater Blower Motor
- Weak airflow from the vents. One of the first symptoms of a potential problem with the vehicle's heater blower motor is low airflow from the vents.
- Fan only blows at certain speeds. Another symptom of a bad or failing heater blower motor is a motor that only functions at certain speeds.
- No air from the vents.
Similarly one may ask, what can cause a blower motor to stop working?
In a situation where the motor doesn't work on any speed, the most likely causes are: a blown power supply fuse, a bad motor ground connection, bad motor speed control module or a failed motor. On all systems, a failed blower motor is least likely. Start by checking the blower fuse and HVAC controller fuse.
How does a reset button work?
Hardware reset buttons on PCs work by causing a momentary power interruption to the CPU, which resets it and causes the computer to reboot. Unlike Ctrl+Alt+Del, pressing the reset button causes the BIOS to perform the POST check.