|Joined: ||Fri Jun 27th, 2008|
|Hayden Colf wrote:
Do you think I could get it to work again or do I need to order a thermal fuse?I think you're going to be spending far more than that motor/fan is even worth. Chances are, the motor is shorted somewhere within the coils so replacing a thermal fuse may not even help. It popped for a reason. These aren't meant to last long at all.
What you can do is bridge where the thermal fuse is to bypass it and then check for continuity, but I highly DO NOT RECOMMEND running these motors without a thermal fuse. I've seen them burn homes down.