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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and is it is the correct voltage?
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and is it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
'''Be safety aware if you go to measure it.''' ''You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains supply voltage''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
'''Be safety aware if you go to measure it.''' ''You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supplysupply voltage''
'''Be safety aware if you go to measure it.''' ''You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supplysupply voltage''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
'''''BeBe safety aware if you go to measure it'''. Youit.''' ''You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supply''
'''''BeBe safety aware if you go to measure it'''. Youit.''' ''You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supply''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

Estatus:

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
''Be'''Be safety aware if you go to measure itit'''. You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supply''
''Be'''Be safety aware if you go to measure itit'''. You haven’t stated the model number and some fans are operated at mains voltage supply''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
''Be safety aware if you go to measure it. You havehaven’t stated the model number and some fans operateare operated at mains voltage supply''
''Be safety aware if you go to measure it. You havehaven’t stated the model number and some fans operateare operated at mains voltage supply''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
''Be safety aware if you go to measure it. You have stated the model number and some fans operate at mains voltage supply''
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan winding - some shorted turns in the winding perhaps which reduces the amount of magnetic flux created by the current flow to drive the motor, especially from a standing start.
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan winding - some shorted turns in the winding perhaps which reduces the amount of magnetic flux created by the current flow to drive the motor, especially from a standing start.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @plucknet ,
 
What is the model number of the refrigerator?
 
Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?
 
Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.
 
Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.
 
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan winding - some shorted turns in the winding perhaps which reduces the amount of magnetic flux neededcreated by the current flow to drive the motor, especially from a standing start.
If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan winding - some shorted turns in the winding perhaps which reduces the amount of magnetic flux neededcreated by the current flow to drive the motor, especially from a standing start.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi @plucknet ,

What is the model number of the refrigerator?

Have you checked the voltage supply to the fan and it is the correct voltage?

Usually the fan motor has the voltage specifications printed on it so that is what it needs to operate.

Giving it a spin to start makes it appear that there isn't enough power to initially overcome the inertia to start but once it is moving there is enough to maintain momentum.

If the power is OK it may be a faulty fan winding - some shorted turns in the winding which reduces the amount of magnetic flux needed to drive the motor, especially from a standing start.

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