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    Quote Originally Posted by Darell_n View Post
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    Try to jump out R to G on the thermostat input terminal strip. This should run the blower at 50%. This will eliminate the thermostat as a problem, but it sounds like the control module integrated into the X13 motor is bad. Would require a voltmeter to confirm. The X13 blower is the basic replacement of the old PSC motors, but not a full blown variable speed drive.
    This didn't help. I have a tech coming out for diagnostics tomorrow so they can order a new motor Tuesday when the supply places open. Just getting a tech out here in the Columbia valley is nearly a miracle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Thanks Darell. And just to confirm, there's no Capacitor on this type of ECM motor, right?
    That is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darell_n View Post
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    That is correct.
    Thanks for your help, Darnell.
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    Hijack side question, if I may...

    Since I got a fancy SMRT Thermostat, I noticed it has a Cool mode as well as a Heat mode.
    Currently it's in "heat" mode but the target temp is like 16 so the furnace never comes on. I don't have central AC; but, if I switched to COOL, would the furnace & fan behave the same as it currently does on "heat", or, would the fan come on more frequently to try to circulate some of the cold basement air and equalize the house more effectively?

    Easy question for those who know, hopefully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Hijack side question, if I may...

    Since I got a fancy SMRT Thermostat, I noticed it has a Cool mode as well as a Heat mode.
    Currently it's in "heat" mode but the target temp is like 16 so the furnace never comes on. I don't have central AC; but, if I switched to COOL, would the furnace & fan behave the same as it currently does on "heat", or, would the fan come on more frequently to try to circulate some of the cold basement air and equalize the house more effectively?

    Easy question for those who know, hopefully!
    If its a Nest you can set up a schedule or atleast tell your fan to circulate the air for 15 - 60 mins per hour, every hour.

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    Cool will try to bring the temperature down to what you set, without central AC your fan will run 24/7 until the temperature is obtained, if it can be
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