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​ How much does it cost to replace a fan motor?

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An air conditioning unit has so many different parts that it can be difficult to know which parts need to be replaced and how much it will cost to repair the unit. If you find a problem with your condenser fan motor, you may be wondering how much the motor will cost. Fortunately for this Tingertech can help.

When your HVAC unit stops working, it's easy to worry about price, as the price of different parts can vary widely. Some parts cost as little as $100, while others can cost over $1000. So Tingertech is here to answer that question for you.

What is a fan motor?

The condenser fan motor helps prevent the compressor from overheating. This part cools the refrigerant passing through the outdoor unit condenser coil. If you put your hand on the unit while the air conditioner is running, you will feel the heat being removed from the unit. That's because of the condenser.

There are actually three different kinds of motors in your air conditioner unit: the condenser fan motor, which we've already discussed, the blower motor and the compressor motor. The blower motor is located in the air handler. The compressor motor is in the outdoor unit, if it breaks, you may need to replace the entire air compressor.

Signs that your fan motor needs to be replaced include:

  • Higher than normal energy bills

  • The air at home is warmer than usual

  • Longer cooling time at home

  • Buzzing noise on the outside unit

If you notice any of the above signs, call your HVAC repair service immediately. The faster you can repair the fan motor, the less likely you are to suffer further damage inside the unit.

How much does it cost to repair or replace a fan motor?

The average cost of a condenser fan motor is between $300 and $500 (not including installation). If the compressor fails, you'll face a more costly problem that can cost up to $2,000.

In some cases, your fan motor may be under warranty. However, it's important to know what kind of warranty you have with your AC. Parts warranties may cover five to ten years after installation. Most parts warranties only cover the cost of the parts, not labor. Certain parts warranties will also be void if you do not register the device and perform regular maintenance checks.

Contractors provide labor guarantees to guarantee their work. Most of these warranties will last about a year after installation.

It is difficult to determine the cause of the air conditioner problem. So if you start noticing problems with your air conditioner, call a professional technician right away.

Prevent fan motor failure

To keep your condenser fan motor in top condition for a long time, you need to keep up with annual maintenance. Oiling the fan motor will help prolong its life. Call your HVAC repair service for a routine maintenance check to make sure your fan motor is in good condition. The cost of these maintenance checks is usually small compared to large-scale failures.

Maintenance inspections allow professionals to inspect all parts of the air conditioning unit to make sure everything is in order. If something goes wrong, small fixes can prevent major problems later in your device's life cycle. Plus, these maintenance checks can actually help your air conditioner live longer.

If you are looking to replace or repair a condenser fan motor, please contact Tingertech at Our local technicians will help you find the right replacing motor here.

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