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About 2 weeks ago, my condensor fan in my heat pump was seized up. It was a 1/5HP 825RPM. I took it in and they gave me a univeral 1/6-1/3HP 825RPM.
The nameplate shows RPM: 825 SPEEDS: 2. That confuses me a little bit. (Q1) Isn't it single speed, multi horse power?
Anyway, I used the "lo" wiring instead of the "high" since I figured 1/6 is closet to 1/5. (Q2) Was I correct or should I have used the higher setting?
It's worked fine for 2 weeks, now today the outside unit had about 1" of ice on the lines. Not on the condensor coils, but all of the larger piping in the middle below the fan. (Q3) Is this related to an inproper fan speed or something else? The filter was kind of dirty so that might have contributed.
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