It might have done something cause the blower does stay running when it's in the off position.
Didn't smell anything burning as such though.
Well! At least it stills turns off when I either turn it off at the thermostat or set it to a higher temp to turn off the a/c.
Have to remove the switch to see if it might have burn't out.
I checked the wiring carefully for any wires coming loose or trying to short.
I moved my arm in the area rubbing against the wires at the motor's back section to clean the back side of the motor.
That's when I heard the relay's in the box try to kick the motor on for just a split second.
Going to soon replace the motor with the correct one for it's making a weird very slight dragging, chirping noise. The motor is a non oiling type motor so it can't be oiled.
The motor works fine when the a/c is on but not when I have the heat on in the winter.
The motor is the wrong rpm cause it blows too much air across the heat exchanger allowing the furnace to not heat up enough then shuts back off.
Someone online told me that wouldn't have an effect on it working that way.
I totally disagree!
I had to also remove the burner last winter to clean out the debris from the orifice.
It at least has a good burning flame then which before it didn't.
I believe the cage is slightly rubbing against the housing from being out of alignment.
Hope that's all it is!
Next time i'll kick the breaker instead so this doesn't happen again.
Thank's again for the tips!
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